Champsagne, a town in northern France, has been renamed after its founder.
The village, which was founded in the 16th century, has a population of 1,000 people.
A new French mayor has also taken over the reins from outgoing mayor Jean-Marie-Philippe Lejeune.
The name comes from the village’s first inhabitants who were said to have lived there as young children.
“Champsaign” is an official French title.