Take a walk around Sézanne, a small city typical of the champagne region and you will without doubt have the impression of going back in time.

If the heart of the old town at first glance gives you the impression to be predominantly urban with its ancient architecture, paved streets, fountains and stone wells, there are a number of green areas dotted about; garden parks and long tree lined streets named ‘malls’. The past has left its mark on the town over the centuries. Take a walk around this small city, typical of Champagne and you will without doubt have the impression of going back in time.

If the heart of the old town at first glance gives you the impression to be predominantly urban with its ancient architecture, paved streets, fountains and stone wells, there are a number of green areas dotted about; garden parks and long tree lined streets named ‘malls’.  The past has left its mark on the town over the centuries. Take a walk around this small city, typical of Champagne and you will without doubt have the impression of going back in time.

Gateway to the Lorraine region, Belgium and Luxemburg, this Ardenne city Mouzon has conserved both is history as a border town and its industrial roots manufacturing wool felt.  Its Abbey church (12th and 13th century) is a gothic master piece and it’s only remaining fortification the remarkable Tour Porte de Bourgogne (The Tower of Bourgogne) (12th century).  Over the 17th century industry started to develop.  During the 19th and 20th century Mouzon became one of Europe’s most important producers of felt wool.  This craft can be discovered today at the Felt museums workshop.

CONTACT
Office de Tourisme de Sézanne et sa région
Tél. : +33 3 26 80 54 13
www.sezanne-tourisme.fr

Mairie 
Tél. : +33 3 26 60 80 21
www.ville-sezanne.fr