Things to see and do - Colombey-les-Deux-Églises
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In his Mémoires, Charles de Gaulle described his home village thus: “High on a plateau and distinguished by a wooded hill, it has for centuries lain at the heart of a landscape tilled by its people”. This typical village of the upper Champagne region standing at the edge of the Dhuits forest owes its renown to the great statesman – he retired to his house, La Boisserie, firstly in 1946 and finally in 1968. He lies in Colombey cemetery; a memorial erected in 2008 recalls the events of the 20C.
Tourist attractions Colombey-les-Deux-Églises : Things to see and do
Mémorial F - Colombey-les-deux-Églises
Opened in 2008, the Charles de Gaulle Memorial, devoted to the life and work of the General, covers the history of the 20C. Photographs, documents, sound and audiovisual archives depict the highlights of Charles de Gaulle's military and political car..
10, rue Pissloup F - 52330 Colombey-les-deux-Églises
With a restaurant offering à la carte dining, Hostellerie La Montagne is located in Colombey-les-deux-Églises. Free Wi-Fi access is available. On site you will also find a garden and a terrace. The rooms have a traditional décor and a flat-screen TV..
26 RN 19. F - 52330 COLOMBEY LES DEUX EGLISES
The hotel is located in a former coaching inn with dry stone walls and wooden beams, with most looking onto the garden. We are delighted to serve your meals on a pleasant flowery terrace or by the fireplace in winter. In a cosy olde worlde setting, e..
10 r. Pisseloup F - 52330 Colombey-les-Deux-Églises
This restaurant is in the peaceful village where Charles de Gaulle is buried. It uses the finest ingredients to create innovative cuisine, unhampered by nostalgia. A contemporary take on French gastronomy - in an equally contemporary decor.
57 r. du Général-de-Gaulle F - 52330 Colombey-les-Deux-Églises
Want to sample Charles de Gaulle's favourite dishes? Then cross the threshold of this little bistro that offers unadulterated versions of good old traditional dishes (blanquette of veal and beef stew were what the great man liked best). A nice place ..