It's right next to the city of Troyes in Aube, in the region Alsace-Lorraine-Champagne-Ardennes lies the city of Sainte-Savine.
It is believed that the name of the town come from a Greek girl who is a party in search of his brother Savinien. This one came to evangelize the people have been murdered and his sister, on learning of the tragedy would also be dead in the present territory of the city of Sainte-Savine.
The first traces of settlement in the city date back to prehistory. The territory would have been inhabited by the Celts who were later expelled by the Belgians.
The great gastronomic specialty is the sausage, but we can also note that the cider, Chaource or Soumaintrain are typical of the region.