About Chateau-Thierry American Monument

The Chateau-Thierry American Monument, sometimes known as the Hill 204 Monument, commemorates those American soldiers who fought in the region during World War I, such as those who took part in the Second Battle of the Marne.

Overlooking the River Marne, the granite structure of the Chateau-Thierry American Monument is a commanding sight with its colonnades and heroic statues.

Visitors to the Chateau-Thierry American Monument can learn about the battles which took place in the area using the orientation map on the monument. (Main image by NorthJoe (cc))

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