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A life in Champagne

Located in the north-east France, the region of Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine was created in January 2016 and is made up of the former regions of Alsace, Champagne-Ardenne and Lorraine.

Bordering Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland, there are a number of Germanic influences in the region, from food specialities to place names. Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine boasts beautiful countryside and a number of vineyards, including the world famous champagne vineyards. There are also forests, rivers, the Vosges Mountains and several large towns including Strasbourg, Metz, Nancy and Reims.

[08] – Charleville-Mézières  – Rethel  – Sedan  – Vouziers.

[10] – Troyes  – Bar-sur-Aube   – Nogent-sur-Seine.

[67] – Strasbourg  – Haguenau – Molsheim  – Saverne  – Sélestat.

[52] – Chaumont – Langres – Saint-Dizier.

[68] – Colmar  – Altkirch  – Mulhouse  – Thann.

[51] – Châlons-en-Champagne  – Epernay – Reims  – Vitry-le-François.

[54] – Nancy – Briey – Lunéville – Toul.

[55] – Bar-le-Duc   – Commercy  – Verdun.

[57] – Metz  – Forbach  – Sarrebourg  – Sarreguemines   – Thionville.

[88] – Epinal  – Neufchâteau  – Saint-Dié-des-Vosges.

ARDENNES (08) – AUBE (10) – BAS RHIN (67) – HAUTE MARNE (52) – HAUT RHIN (68) – MARNE ( 51) – MEURTHE-ET-MOSELLE (54) – MEUSE (55) – MOSELLE ( 57) – VOSGES (88)

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