This commune covers an area of 4km² and has 125 inhabitants who are known as ‘Longevillois’. It is located 22km south-west of Troyes. Reached via the D88, it is less than 15km from junction 21 (Saint-Thibault) of the A5 from Paris.
An elongated village in the Auboise countryside, it is surrounded by fields and woods. The Mogne flows through the village and contributes to Longeville-sur-Mogne’s rural charm. Close to the Forêt d’Aumont, the village is made up of typical rural houses and is a great place to live.
Alongside the D188, the Rue de Chilozes, Longeville-sur-Mogne’s wash house is still in good condition. Made from wooden beams and bricks, this shelter enabled the Longevillois to wash their laundry in good conditions. Wash houses were built from the 1850s onwards and were used until the 1950s, so less than a century ago this was a daily meeting place for the Longevillois.
At the Mairie, there is a plaque in memory of those who died in the First World War.