Gothic, 13th C
Eglise Saint Etienne
Gothic, 12th C, 18th C, 20th C
Eglise Saint Amand
Monuments des fusillés dans la plaine de Chanfroy
Eglise Saint-Donatien et Saint-Rogatien de Tancrou
Eglise Notre-Dame de Vincy-Manoeuvre
Eglise Sainte-Geneviève de Jaignes
German military cemetery
On the road between Barcy and Varreddes, and at close proximity of the national necropolis of Chambry, a small cemetery gathers the remains of German soldiers fallen during the Battle of the Marne of 1914.
The Great Tomb
On the 5th of September 1914, the Germans are at the gates of Paris, and battles are raging in the surrounding countryside of Meaux.
The Parish of Fontainebleau is relatively recent. Originally, the hamlet built around the royal castle depended on the very old parish of Avon, served by the Trinitarians, clerics settled near the castle.
Charles Peguy Memorial
On the 5th of September 1914, only a few hours after the first Battle of the Marne started, the author and poet Charles Peguy is shot down with a bullet in the head, as he bravely leads his troops attacking German positions
Eglise Saint Denis
Ruines du moulin de Chelles
Classical, 18th C
City Library - Art Room
The architect Antoine (cf : Hôtel des Monnaies in Paris) designed this building in the 18th cen-tury. It has a pediment facade in classic style. It was formerly a performance hall, then a school, before it became the City Library.
listed (CMN), 12th C, 15th C, 16th C, 17th C
Eglise Notre-Dame de l'Assomption
Rue René Lefebvre
Renaissance, 16th C
Façade François 1er
Mairie de la Ferté-Gaucher