|Community association||Roissy Pays de France|
|surface||8.97 km 2|
|Residents||9,920 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||1,106 inhabitants / km 2|
Notre-Dame Collegiate Church
Dammartin-en-Goële is a French municipality with 9920 inhabitants (at January 1, 2017) in the department of Seine-et-Marne in the region Ile-de-France 32 kilometers northeast of the center of Paris. It belongs to the Arrondissement of Meaux and the canton of Mitry-Mory . The inhabitants are called Dammartinois .
The name Dammartin comes from Dom Martin or Dominus Martinus , Martin of Tours , who Christianized the region in the 4th century. The place gave its name to the county of Dammartin and the house of Dammartin .
From 1811 the route impériale 2 ran through the town. In 1824 this became the Route nationale 2 . In 1970 the traffic load on the road sank because the N2 west of the town was interrupted by the construction of Charles de Gaulle Airport . It was therefore downgraded to D 401 during the 1972 reform .
- The Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame ( Monument historique ) built by Antoine de Chabannes around 1480 .
- The 11th century church of Saint-Jean.
- Market hall from the 15th century
- Former fire station
- Le Patrimoine des Communes de la Seine-et-Marne. Flohic Editions, Volume 1, Paris 2001, ISBN 2-84234-100-7 , pp. 388-394.
- Dammartin-en-Goële at annuaire-mairie.fr (French)
- Population data and information about the municipality