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Follow in the footsteps of the Great War in Champagne: military cemeteries, museums, ruins and memorials.
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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.
Sommepy American Monument (Blanc-Mont)
The American Monument recalls the memory of the 70 000 American soldiers who took part in the fights of the front of Champagne during the First World War.
Museum of Local Aeronautics
The Museum showcases the technological developments having taken place in aeronautics, and the history of the people who left such an important imprint on the history of French aviation during the 20th century.
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.
Monument to allied nurses of Reims
The monument "to the glory of French and allied nurses victims of their self-sacrifice" erected in Reims after World War I was erected by sculptor Denys Puech.
Saint-Remi History Museum
The various rooms surrounding the cloister house important collections dedicated to local history, from prehistoric times to World War II, to Gallo-Roman archaeology and more.
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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.
Museum of the Surrender (7 May 1945)
The unconditional surrender of the German army was signed in a room of General Eisenhower’s headquarters on 7 May 1945. This room is still intact today and a museum has been created around it.
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Place de la Mairie
20 rue Foch
Mairie de Sommepy-Tahure
Rue Hildevert Lefèvre
Place Aristide Briand
Route de Châlons
12 rue Franklin Roosevelt