Bordered by Belgium to the north, the Paris Basin to the east, Lorraine to the west and Burgundy to the south, Champagne-Ardenne links two famous areas of France into a single administrative district, one of the 22 that make up the country. Slightly smaller than Massachusetts, the 9,900-square mile region offers unforgettable landscapes: not only the vineyards that give birth to what has been called the wine of kings and the king of wines, but also vast forests, pristine lakes, verdant valleys and two natural parks–La Montagne de Reims and La Forêt d’Orient.
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