Departments and Main Towns
Departments: Ardennes , Aube , Marne  Haute-Marne .
Ardennes Towns: Bar-les-Buzancy, Charleville-Mezieres, Chooz, Epernay, Givet, Les Mazures, Signey-le-Petit, Vouziers, Warc
Aube Towns: Brienne-le-Chateau, Romilly, Romilly-sur-Seine, Rosieres, Saint-Andre-les-Vergers, Troyes
Marne Towns:Bezannes, Chalons-en-Champagne, Cheminon, Chennevieres, Givery-en-Argonne, Oeuilly, Reims, Saint-Menehould, Villeres-Marmery, Vitry-le-Francois
Haute-Marne Towns: Bricon, Joinville, Joinville-le-Pont, Saint-Dizier
Reims is famous for its cathedral - Notre Dame and was the town where the Kings of France were crowned.
Troyes is famous for its stained glass production.
Champagne of course! The method of making Champagne was discovered by accident by a Benedictine Monk called Dom Perignon in the early 18th century. There are many Champagne houses in the region which produces the perfect climatic and soil conditions for the production of the vines. Chardonay, Meunier and Pinot Noir are the varieties of grapes grown.
Cendre de Champagne, Chaource, Chaumont. Langres - These are all made from cow's milk.
Troyes - sausage made from Tripe
Potée Champenoise. which is a dish made of cabbage, sausage and Ardennes ham.