Hautes-Marne Attractions

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Basilique Saint-Urbain


The magnificent Gothic Basilique St-Urbain on place Vernier is decorated with the Day of Judgement played out on its exterior

Cathedrale St Pierre St Paul


Particularly noted for its exceptional stained-glass windows with a surface area of 1,500 m², and for the magnificent treasure.

Eglise Saint-Jean-au-Marché


This 14th century church is where Henry V of England married Princess Catherine of France.

Hôtel de Vauluisant


Houses the Musée de la Bonneterie (development of the hosiery industry in Troyes) and The Musée Historique (13th and 14th century sculpture, coins, prints, costumes) in the same building.

Musée d'Art Moderne


In Troyes, the former Bishop's Palace (16th, 17th and 19th C.) now houses the Museum of Modern Art. The nucleus of the museum is the Levy Collection of art between 1850 and 1950.

Musée des Beaux Arts


Musée St.Loup


Housed in the former Abbaye St. Loup, it is a antiquities and arts museum with collections of archaeology finds, jewellery, gargoyles and paintings from the 15th-19th centuries

De Castellane


One of the big three Champagne producers in the town of Epernay, De Castallene have a proud tradition of making bubbly from only the finest grapes. Surrounded by vineyards that are kept in immaculate, the cellars are open to the public throughout the year

Gabriel-Dorziat Theatre


This magnificent Louis XV-style theatre was opened in 1902 and is today a listed historical monument. They have a varied programme of plays, concerts and other shows.

Hôtel de Ville


Over the years the Town Hall has retained the charm of a private dwelling set in a superb park.The terrace in front of the building has been cleverly adapted as a buttress to support a monument to those who died in the 1914-18 war.
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