In September 1914, at the start of the First World War, Senlis suffered German reprisals following fire from the French rearguard against the occupying troops. One hundred and ten houses on rue de République and rue Bellon were burned down, including the courthouse and the station. Eugène Odent, mayor of the city is shot with five other of his fellow citizens.
This 6 km urban circuit through the royal city of Senlis will take you to discover these places steeped in history, today symbols of the Great War: the Hôtel Dufresnes: headquarters of Marshal Foch in 1918, the Ordener district: German post in 1914, the national necropolis, the station mentioned above...
- Guided tour: no
- Free visit: yes
- Free parking
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