Located between the Eastern borders of France and Paris, the Champagne region was always a land of battles. The fate of France has several times been sealed there and its land still bears the stigma of the fights that it has endured, especially during the 20th century.
The quiet agricultural plain and the reliefs devoted to the production of champagne contain many remnants of the Second World War and especially the First World War, which raged for four years on the Champagne region.
Visit freely remembrance sites.
the package-day “Remembrance”, with two itinerary suggestions :
THE CHEMIN DES DAMES
which includes a visit to the Fort de la Pompelle Museum, the military cemetery of Sillery-Bellevue and the Caverne du Dragon at the Chemin des Dames.
THE MOUNTS OF CHAMPAGNE
which includes a visit to the monument of Ossuary-monument of Navarin, the Cemetery of Souain, the Interpretive Center Marne 14-18 and the Russian chapel of Saint-Hilaire-le-Grand.
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