This is a peaceful and memorable place reminds you about the sacrifice of the marines and gives a good view of Chateau -Thierry
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VIsit the monument and appreciate the view, then drive to nearby Belleau Woods. Take a self-guided walk through here. Plaques in the ground at the beginning tell the major parts of this battle of WWI. Very meaningful. Today it is a peaceful tree-filled area/forest. Hard...More
Impressive architecture. Yet another ‘must see’ American tribute to the fallen in WWI. It is being completely renovated but it will be opened shortly.
We drove up to the CT Monument expecting an anticipated adventure, but there were construction gates all around prohibiting access. Hopefully they'll be finished by the 100th anniversary of Belleau Woods Battle. Beautiful views of the valley, however.
The monument is very beautiful but when we visited it was under construction and therefore not completely accessible to us. We were there in May, 2017 and I'm guessing they are preparing for 2018's one hundred year anniversary but for now there isn't much to...More
I wanted to walk the memorial only to find it being restored and cleaned. It is massive and overlooks the the city of Chateau-Thierry which lies in the valley below. The monument covers all US action in WWI.
Currently being worked on, April 2017, but it is still possible to appreciate it from outside the barriers. I also say it ten years ago. A monument dedicated to the US Soldiers and Marines who died fighting in the surrounding area during World War I....More
The memorial to American forces at Chateau Thierry, dedicated in 1937, sits to the west of town on a rise. The simple yet powerful memorial, currently undergoing renovation of its main plaza, contains the names of engagements fought by U.S. forces in France in WWI...More
This place is just a 5 minute drive above Chateau-Thierry, and 100% value gto drive up. Independnet on the weather and your group there is something nice. We had madium weather, but the view was still impressive, and seeing the monument from close is definitely...More