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WWIRemenauville

The village of Remenauville was destroyed during WWI. Just before the war the village had a population of 138. Remenauville fell to the Germany army in September 1914 and was retaken in September 1918 during the Battle of Saint-Mihiel. The village was never rebuilt and its land now is part of Limey-Remenauville.

Similar to other destroyed villages, Remenauville was left to nature and where the village stood is now vegetation. Some of the village streets are paths with signs indicating buildings. The ruins of the village's 1860 church has in part, been replaced with a chapel built after WWI.

Remenauville is in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department off the D75 road that runs between the D3 and D958 roads. It is is close to Saint-Mihiel and Nonsard-Lamarche. A sign marks the entrance to the village and another has information and map.


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