History of Anglure
The city Anglure is in the department of Marne and the Champagne-Ardenne region. Formerly, the name of the town was Angleuria. The name of this town means the presence of Angli, they are Germanic peoples who settled there in the sixth century. It was not until the tenth century Anglure name appears for the first time.
Tourism and visits Anglure
The city is home to two major monuments Anglure to see which one was registered as historical monuments. The church is a building Anglure to see in the city. It was recorded October 17, 1946. Unlike other religious buildings, it is flamboyant style. In the choir of the church, visitors will notice the beautiful woodwork of the eighteenth century came from prior to Macheret.
Besides the church, visitors can admire the Castle which dates back to the year 1840. This castle has reused the dungeon of the castle that once installed there.
4.9 km from the town of Anglure, tourists can explore the village of La Chapelle-Lasson. This territory has a church that offers tours. The St. Peter’s Church is a church of the twelfth century. It was formerly a monastery of the order of the hospital.
To explore the city and its surroundings Anglure, our transfer service offers you a way to move from site to site. You can choose between private car, luxury car VIP and collective shuttle. A competent driver will be available throughout the course.
Anglure transfers to Paris airports
The city Anglure is 37 km from Troyes and 113 km from the city of Paris. This destination is 142 km from Orly airport, 218 km from Paris Beauvais airport and 142 km from Charles de Gaulle airport.