Domremy is a small village located in eastern France, in the Vosges department of the Lorraine Region, along the Meuse River. It was the birthplace of Joan of Arc. It has since been renamed Domremy-la-Pucelle (Domremy the maiden) in her honour.
Ardennes Forest, France
Ardennes Forest is a densely wooded area that stretches across Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Germany. It is an extremely popular destination for trail enthusiasts. It has been the background for numerous, bloody battles. In World War I, it was the site of the Battle of Ardennes. In World War II, the Battle of France and the Battle of the Bulge also took place here.
The name Ardennes is derived from Arduenna, the name of the goddess of the hunt in Gallic mythology.
Champ Elysees, Paris, France
Napolean had it built, but he never passed under it during his lifetime
Montmartre, Paris, France
Named "Mount of the Martyrs" for its role as the setting of the bloody deaths of a number of religious figures. Today it is a preserved historical site and a popular tourist attraction. It became renowned as a center of arts and culture in the late 1800s.
Numerous famous painters, including Van Gogh, Matisse, Monet, Picasso, Renoir, Degas and Toulouse-Lautrec, gathered and passed through here, and more often than not were moved to render its scenery on canvas. A number of these artists also appeared as background NPCs.
Notre Dame Cathedral
"That cathedral you see across the River Seine there is the famous Notre Dame. But I hear they removed all the stained glass when the war started."
"My dream is to one day stand on the stage of the Moulin Rouge!"
Circa 1889 by Joseph Oller, it is a cabaret located near Montmartre in Paris. Apart from the performances it provided, its signature image is the false red windmill on top of the building. It has been immortalized in songs, film and art, and is perhaps most well-known today from the bohemian movie-musical Moulin Rouge! (2001).
Le Havre, France
Rhondda Mines, South Wales
St. Marguerite Island, France
Petrograd, Russia and the Winter Palace
Goreme Valley, Turkey
Mount Fuji, Japan