This monument is from the Reims sculptor Paul Lefebvre (1867-1958) and the architect Edmond Herbé (1865-1960). It was placed in the axis of the...Read more
Towards the bottom, the mall is raised before reaching a small place planned to be circular as evidenced by the roundness of the fence wall.
Urban farm with its preserved dovecote, it is the only one with a wooden part for the nesting boxes.
The ramparts of the Midi dominate the city and come to mark the limit with the vineyard beyond a row of houses in the Southwest. This is one of the places...Read more
Element of reconstitution of a part of the rampart protecting the tower. At the foot, a ford still in water with two basins. There is also another ford,...Read more
The stone building facing the Place d'Armes is the Post Office, which succeeded a post house that no doubt welcomed Joan of Arc when she came to accompany...Read more
This holiday resort or house of notable is of a rare elegance. This house on four levels shows the quality of the treatment of all the architectural details...Read more
In place of the pond of the great water, which collected a portion of the water descending from the hillside with a stream passing through the street of...Read more
On the right, rue Franklin Roosevelt, enjoy a small urban farm today operating a winemaker, in one piece with its original wooden shutters. There is a...Read more
Take the pedestrian path that climbs to the left. A playground has been set up on the site of the old route south of the bridge. Herbillon Street and its...Read more