Where is Charleville-Mezieres Located?
What Country is Charleville-Mezieres in?
The capital of the Department of Ardennes on the banks of the Maas and the birthplace of the poet Arthur Rimbaud, Charleville-Mézières, is also famous for its Marionette Theatre World Festival, which makes it the undisputed capital of marionette art.
But Charleville-Mézières is also known for its magnificent Duke’s Square, an architectural gem created from 1612 to 1628 by the architect Clément Métezeau, on behalf of Duke Charles de Gonzague. This huge, cobbled square, surrounded by twenty-seven pavilions in the style of Henry IV and Louis XIII, is one of the most beautiful places in France! It is also considered the twin square of the Vosges Square in Paris. An equally magnificent and harmonious architecture, in which pink brick, yellow stone and blue slate mix…