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Romagne 14-18, Romagne-sous-Montfaucon

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The countless artifacts in this permanent exhibition were found by owner Jean-Paul de Vries himself in the direct surroundings of his informal museum located in Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, France.
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  • The Romagne 14-18 Museum is a unique combination of both a museum and cafe/bar. We stopped here for lunch on our day-trip out of Paris to tour the WWI battlefields and monuments. After we had ordered....  more
    The Romagne 14-18 Museum is a unique combination of both a museum and cafe/bar. We stopped here for lunch on our day-trip out of Paris to tour the WWI battlefields and monuments. After we had ordered....  more »
  • Books and artifacts for sale in small cafe. Museum is surprisingly large and includes numerous artifacts from the First World War, found locally. Staff are fully immersed in their history. Food... 
    Books and artifacts for sale in small cafe. Museum is surprisingly large and includes numerous artifacts from the First World War, found locally. Staff are fully immersed in their history. Food...  more »
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  • Such a moving sight. Jean Paul (owner/operator) has collected the different bits of WW1 remnants in an artistic and unique manner. I stopped by with my family, and Jean Paul was such a pleasant guide to his collection, discussing the Great War, the different artifacts, and talking with my father about his grandfather's (my great-grandfather) time in the Meuse-Argonne area during WW1. (U.S. 91st 362nd, September 1918)
  • Wonderful museum. In my opinion it was the best one in the area about WW1. The artist who made the museum gave the tour himself. His art installations (without spoiling too much) are able to show you the absurdity and horror of war in an unique way.

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