ALISE-SAINTE-REINE

Alise-Sainte-Reine, aka Alesia, was the site of the famous battle. Saint Regina, martyred in the third century by a Roman general, is another of its historical figures. With the help of the Interpretation Centre and the orientation table, locate the 52 BC battlefield. On Mount Auxois, a statue of the Gallic heroes was erected in 1865. Did you know that its features were borrowed from Napoleon III?

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Office de Tourisme et de la Culture du pays d'Alésia et de la Seine
1, avenue de la Gare - 21150 - VENAREY-LES-LAUMES -
03 80 96 89 13
http://www.alesia-tourisme.net
alesia-tourisme@wanadoo.fr

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