Rendez-vous at the Battles of the Marne Memorial in Dormans
Set in the heart of the grounds of Dormans Castle, this Memorial is the largest memorial dedicated to the soldiers who fell during the battles of the Marne.
The complex was built between 1921 and 1931 at the initiative of Marshal Foch and includes a crypt, a chapel and an ossuary containing the remains of a thousand soldiers of all nationalities. Breathtaking views over the Marne Valley from the wall walk.
The building is the venue for numerous exhibitions which look at the First World War. The large museum area presents objects and photographs from the Great War and an impressive collection of craftwork from the trenches.