Puellemontier, is a small village flowered and full of charm. It has a castle of the seventeenth, and Church of Our Lady in his Nativity is well worth some attention here as it is a listed building. It is impressive and stone, however, its very slender steeple is made of wood and covered with wood shingles or scales. The nave is the twelfth century. You will notice the beautiful stained glass windows of the Troyes school that Jesse Tree, which is the genealogy of Jesus and the Virgin of life.
Two rivers run through the village, the Nay and Héronne. As you walk, push up the pond of Horre, hidden in the tall grass ; frogs plunge on arrival.