Saint-Etienne church, located in Châlons-en-Champagne, in the heart of France’s Marne region, is known as the “Saved City of the Marne”. Its historic past is visible from its quaint, cobbled streets, numerous monuments and rich religious history. Its impressive Church of Saint-Etienne is a highlight of this religious architecture and dates from the 15th century. Its unique frescoes and wood sculptures, the interior décor and the impressive height of its spire, at 66 meters, all make this a must-see for any traveler to the area. Visitors will also enjoy the Cathedral’s courtyard, terrace and gardens, offering a quieter area in which to take in all the beauty of this area. Nearby, the beautiful 11th century ramparts of the Old City of Châlons-en-Champagne offer a great backdrop for photography, while exploring the picturesque alleys of the old city.