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Sillery-Bellevue French Cemetery
The Mausoleum, collective work of the Union rémoise des Arts décoratifs, was built in memory of the dead without burial of the battles of Champagne.
Chemin-Vert garden city
The Chemin-Vert garden city is the most important of all the thirteen garden cities created in Reims between the two wars.
The oldest church of Reims after St. Remi Basilica. Its simple façade, pierced by three portals, masks a 12th century Gothic triforium and nave, and a flamboyant Gothic chancel.
The architects have retained the façade built by Alphonse Gosset in 1873, but behind it they totally restructured the interior of the last public edifice built after the First World War in the Art Deco style.
The monumental Mars Gate dates from the first part of the 3rd century and gave access to the Gallo-Roman town of Durocortorum.
Bligny-Chambrecy Italian Cemetery
The cemetery of Bligny-Chambrecy houses the bodies of 3 440 of the 41 000 troops that were sent to fight in France to counter the German offensive in Champagne and on the Chemin des Dames.
Saint-Hilaire-le-Grand Russian Cemetery
This small cemetery is the place where the Russian graves of the soldiers killed on the battlefields of the Champagne where gathered. A chapel is dedicated to the 4 000 Russian soldiers killed in France.
American Memorial Bridge of Fismes
Pennsylvania 28th Division Memorial Bridge commemorates the memory of the American soldiers who liberated the city of Fismes in September 1918 and August 1945.
Le Vergeur Museum Hotel
Rich collection of furniture and artworks made up by Hugues Krafft at the beginning of the 20th century. Integral series of wood engravings by Albrecht Dürer.
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Route de Châlons
Place du 11 Novembre 1918
Rue Marx Dormoy
13 rue Chanzy
Rue Hildevert Lefèvre
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