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Cycle Route Véloroute de la Marne à la Saône

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Elevation profile Cycle Route Véloroute de la Marne à la SaôneSaint-DizierLangresDijon100200300400500050100150200250

Added on 19 May 2012,

on 28 May 2021

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Start location

Vitry-le-François, Grand Est, FR (101 m NHN)

End location

Dijon, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, FR (241 m NHN)

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1 km
0,8 km
92 m


FR-51300 Vitry-le-François


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Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 17:30

Saturday from 10:00 to 17:15

We are closed on Sundays and public holidays.


30 km
0,4 km
150 m

FR-52100 Saint-Dizier


Heritage building(s)

Saint-Dizier ist eine Stadt im französischen Département Haute-Marne in der Region Grand Est. Sie ist Sitz einer Unterpräfektur.


Saint-Dizier ist die einwohnerstärkste Gemeinde des Départements. Sie liegt in seinem äußersten Norden nicht weit von dem bei Wassersportlern und Naturfreunden beliebten großen Stausee Lac du Der-Chantecoq. Infolge des nahegelegenen Militärflugplatzes hat die Stadt im Zweiten Weltkrieg stark gelitten.


Die Sehenswürdigkeiten sind eher unbedeutend.

  • Die Kirche Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption de Saint-Dizier aus dem Jahr 1202, ab 1782 nach Brand wider aufgebaut
  • Die Kirche Saint-Martin de Gigny in der Vorstadt faubourg de Gigny
  • Musée municipal (musée municipal de Saint-Dizier, Städtisches Museum), 17, rue de la Victoire. Wikipedia Icon. letzte Änderung: Apr. 2019
  • Château médiéval (château de Saint-Dizier, mittelalterliches Schloss), 54 rue Gambetta. Wikipedia Icon. letzte Änderung: Apr. 2019

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Wikivoyage-Bearbeiter, 'Saint-Dizier', Wikivoyage, Freie Reiseinformationen rund um die Welt, 23. Juli 2019, 12:29 UTC, [abgerufen am 22. April 2020]

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111 km
1,4 km
318 m


FR-52000 Chaumont




152 km
0,1 km
473 m

FR-52200 Langres


Old town

Langres (French pronunciation: [lɑ̃ɡʁ]) is a commune in northeastern France. It is a subprefecture of the department of Haute-Marne, in the region of Grand Est.


As the capital of the Romanized Gallic tribe known as the Lingones, it was called Andematunnum, then Lingones, and now Langres.

A hilltop town, Langres was built on a limestone promontory of the same name. This stronghold was originally occupied by people of the tribe Lingones. At a later date the Romans fortified the town they called Andemantunum, located at a strategic crossroads of twelve Roman roads.

The first-century Triumphal Gate and the many artefacts exhibited in the museums are remnants of the town's Gallo-Roman history. After the period of invasions, the town prospered in the Middle Ages, due in part to the growing political influence of its bishops. The diocese covered Champagne, the Duchy of Burgundy, and Franche-Comté, and the bishops obtained the right to coin money in the ninth century and to name the military governor of the city in 927. The Bishop of Langres was a duke and peer of France. The troubled 14th and 15th centuries caused the town to strengthen its defenses, which still give the old city its fortified character, and Langres entered a period of royal tutelage. The Renaissance, which returned prosperity to the town, saw the construction of numerous fine civil, religious and military buildings that still stand today. In the 19th century, a "Vauban" citadel was added.


Langres has a historic town center surrounded by defensive walls with a dozen towers and seven gates.

The cathedral of Saint-Mammès Wikipedia Icon is a late 12th-century structure dedicated to Mammes of Caesarea, a 3rd-century martyr.

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Wikipedia contributors, 'Langres', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 21 August 2020, 12:51 UTC, [accessed 23 October 2020]

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153 km
0,1 km
468 m


FR-52200 Langres







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