Champagne and Ardenne have numerous historical sites, forming essential and precious cultural heritage, where our history was forged. 

In 1562, in Wassy (Haute-Marne), people perished due to their beliefs. In 1792, in Valmy, they fought for the idea of a republic that was yet to be born. In Bazeilles (Ardennes), along the banks of the Marne, and in Mussy-sur-Seine (Aube), they fought for their freedom.

In Dormans and Novion-Porcien, Mondement and Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises, museums and memorials keep the memory alive.