PR 28 Circuit du Mont Grenet
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As most orchids thrive on chalk, it is not surprising that there are more than forty species in the department. The hillsides with their mixture of Marne and limestone, such as the Mont Grenet, are full of them.
On the way
Jonchery-sur-Vesle: early Gothic church
Branscourt: 12th-18th century church
Panoramic views of the Souffle-au-Cul
Unchair: 13th century church
Hourges: 12th century church