The Aisne is a river in northeastern France, left tributary of the river Oise. It gave its name to the French département Aisne.
Bar-le-Duc, formerly known as Bar, is a commune in the Meuse département, of which it is the capital.
Latitude: 48° 46' 59.99" N
Longitude: 5° 10' 0.01" E
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Saint-Dizier-Robinson Air Base (French: Base aérienne 113 Saint-Dizier) (ICAO: LFSI) is a front-line French Air Force (French: Armée de l'Air (ALA) fighter base located approximately 4 km (2 nautical miles) west of Saint-Dizier, in the Haute-Marne d…
Barrois is a "pays" in the eastern part of France. In the Middle Ages it was part of the duchy of Bar, then bordering the duchy of Lorraine.
Lake Der-Chantecoq (French: Lac du Der-Chantecoq) is situated close to the commune of Saint-Dizier in the departments of Marne and Haute-Marne. It is the largest artificial lake in Western Europe, covering 48 km² with 350 million m³ of water.
The Château de Hattonchâtel is a château in the commune of Vigneulles-lès-Hattonchâtel in the Meuse département of France.
The Château de Commercy is a castle in the town of Commercy, in the Meuse department of France. It was the principal residence of the reigning Prince of Commercy and was built by Charles Henri de Lorraine.
Trois-Fontaines Abbey (French: Abbaye de Sainte-Marie des Trois-Fontaines) was a Cistercian abbey in the present commune of Trois-Fontaines-l'Abbaye in the French department of Marne, in the historic province of Champagne.
The Rupt de Mad (French: le Rupt de Mad) is a 54.6-kilometre (33.9 mi) long river in the Meuse and Meurthe-et-Moselle départements, northeastern France. Its source is several small streams which rise at Geville, 17 kilometres (11 mi) northwest of To…
The Ornain is a 116 km long river in northeastern France, right tributary of the Saulx (Seine basin). It is formed near the village Gondrecourt-le-Château by the confluence of the small rivers Ognon and Maldite. It flows generally northwest.
Lac de Madine is a lake at the border between Meurthe-et-Moselle and Meuse departments, France.
The Chée (French: la Chée) is a 64.7-kilometre (40.2 mi) long river in the Meuse and Marne départements, northeastern France. Its source is in the Barrois, near Marat-la-Grande, a hamlet in Les Hauts-de-Chée. It flows generally southwest.
The Saulx is a 115 km long river in France, right tributary of the Marne. Its source is near the village Germisay.
The Canal entre Champagne et Bourgogne, previously the Canal de la Marne à la Saône is a canal in the North-East of France connecting the towns of Vitry-le-François and Maxilly-sur-Saône.
Perthes Airfield is an abandoned World War II military airfield, which is located near the commune of Perthes in the Champagne-Ardenne department of northern France.
Orconte Airfield is an abandoned World War II military airfield, which is located near the commune of Orconte in the Marne department of northern France.
L'Étanche Abbey, Lorraine, is a former Premonstratensian monastery founded in the 12th century, the ruins of which are near the modern village of Deuxnouds-aux-Bois, in the commune of Lamorville, Meuse, France.
Gare de Vitry-le-François is a railway station serving the town Vitry-le-François, Marne department, eastern France.