Located in the medieval village of hattonchatel, a sign house of the Bishops of Verdun, this washhouse dates from 1921 and is characterised by anthropomorphic...Read more
Former Cistercian abbey founded in the early 12th century. Magnificent rose window from St. Vannes' Abbey in Verdun.
Open by arrangement.
St. Remy’s is an outstanding Flamboyant Gothic church with ornate hanging keystones, richly carved pinnacles and gargoyles and a carved, painted and gilded...Read more
A gayoir is a large pool in which horses are bathed after exercise. The one in Koeur-la-Petite is large and located in the heart of the village.
Located since the 8th Century in the Woinville forest, it was transferred to its actual location in 815 under the impulsion of Abbot Smaragde, counselor...Read more
Set in a brick building, the abbey's press was operational until the end of the 19th century. The well-exposed south - southwest facing slope used to be...Read more
This washhouse was built in 1860 at the same time as the new Saint-Jean-Baptiste church. Its source was already located under the old 12th century Romanesque...Read more
Génicourt church St Mary Magdalene
In Génicourt’s beautiful church, the architecture, furnishings, stained-glass windows and painted decor still...Read more
Initiated in 1328, the narrowness of the citadel forced the construction of the Saint-Maur collegiate church in flamboyant Gothic style inside the fortress....Read more
In 1909, Léon Vadel, a local sculptor, made a bronze statue representing the famous Renaissance sculptor Ligier Richier. But a few years later, under the...Read more