Here you can find interesting sights in Château-Thierry, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Château-Thierry, France.Back to the list of cities in France
1. Borne Vauthier
Western Front demarcation stones, also known as Bornes du Front and Bornes Vauthier, are monuments erected in France and Belgium to mark the limit of the German advance during the First World War. The stones were the idea of sculptor Paul Moreau-Vauthier, a veteran of the war, and were erected between 1921 and 1930. The total number of stones erected is unclear but it is thought that there were 118 official stones, of which 93 survive. The stones identify the army that held that sector in 1918 and are engraved with the text "Here the invader was brought to a standstill 1918" in English, Dutch, and French.
2. Église Saint-Crepin
The Saint-Crépin church is a church located in Château-Thierry, in the department of Aisne. Mentioned from the 12th century, it was completely rebuilt at the end of the 15th century or at the beginning of the 16th century, following the damage of the Hundred Years War. It is a halle church of a late but sober Gothic style, whose facade is flanked by an imposing bell tower. It has been classified as a historic monument since 1957.
3. Ruines de l'ancien château
Castle Thierry is an ancient castle founded by the Earl of Vermandova in the 9th century, rebuilt by the Earl of Champagne in the 12th and 13th centuries, by Philip Le Bell in the 14th century and by Antoine in Burgundy in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. Its remains stand in the Chato-Thierry commune in Eisner province, Upper France.
4. Ancien couvent des Capucins
The Capuchin convent is an old convent located in Château-Thierry, in France. He formed the historic heart of the Capuchin College, which will become college and high school Jean de la Fontaine de Château-Thierry, then Jean Racine college when the high school was moved to modern buildings on the heights of the city.
5. Maison de Jean de la Fontaine
The Jean-de-la-Fontaine museum is a museum of art and history essentially devoted to Jean de La Fontaine and his work. He is installed in the native house of the poet in Château-Thierry, in Aisne. It benefits from the Appellation Musée de France and the Label Maisons des Illustres.
6. Temple de Monneaux
The temple of Monneaux is a temple located in the hamlet of Monneaux, in the territory of the commune of Essômes-sur-Marne, in the department of Aisne. It is a parish of the United Protestant Church of France.
7. Les remparts du Chateau
The walls of Castle Thierry, built in the 13th century, are the remains of the city walls surrounding the fortifications of the commune of Castle Thierry in the province of Eisner in the Upper France region.
8. Porte Saint-Pierre
Built at the end of the 13th century, the Saint-Pierre Gate is a relic of the city wall surrounding the fortified village of the Chato-Thierry commune in the province of Eisner in the Upper-French region.
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