Zone rouge


The Zone rouge (French for "Red Zone") is the name given to about 1,200 square kilometres (460 sq mi) of land in northeastern France that was physically and environmentally destroyed during the First World War. Because of hundreds of thousands of human and animal corpses and millions of unexploded ordnance that contaminated the land, some activities in the area such as housing, farming or forestry, were temporarily or permanently forbidden after the war by French law. Go to the map ⬆⬆

Points of interest in the map


Nearby points of interest.

You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Battles, Region, Commune, what to see / tourism / historical sites, Cantón, Historical Facts, Geography


  1. Batalla de Arrás (1917)


  1. Norte-Paso de Calais


  1. Lens, Pas-de-Calais
  2. Éleu-dit-Leauwette
  3. Avion, Pas-de-Calais
  4. Carency
  5. Loison-sous-Lens
  6. Neuville-Saint-Vaast
  7. Souchez

what to see / tourism / historical sites

  1. Canadian National Vimy Memorial


  1. Canton of Arras-Sud

Historical Facts

  1. Notre Dame de Lorette


  1. Zone rouge

Other interest places

  1. Monumento a los Servicios Aéreos en Arras
  2. Monumento conmemorativo nacional canadiense de Vimy
  3. Jardín Botánico Floralpina
  4. Museo Louvre-Lens
  5. Stade Félix Bollaert
  6. Catástrofe de Courrières
  7. Étrun

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