The statue of Jean-Baptiste Kléber (1753-1800), a famous local boy, stands proudly in the centre of the square of the same name. His victories are enumerated on the base of the statue, illustrated with bas-reliefs. An 18C edifice, Aubette, stands on one side of the square. It was thus named because the garrison stationed here came to collect its orders at dawn (à l'aube).
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