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House of the Counts of Champagne
The 13th century house belongs now to Champagne Taittinger, that restored it in order to house receptions, exhibitions and concerts.
Sainte-Clotilde Basilica is a Neo-Byzantine church built in 1898 in memory of King of the Franks Clovis' wife. It houses 2 000 relics of the important saints of France, that are gathered in 120 shrines.
Sommepy American Monument (Blanc-Mont)
The American Monument recalls the memory of the 70 000 American soldiers who took part in the fights of the front of Champagne during the First World War.
The monumental Mars Gate dates from the first part of the 3rd century and gave access to the Gallo-Roman town of Durocortorum.
Reims Town Hall
The Town Hall dates from the first part of the 17th century, but was ended in the 19th century. It displays an in-relief equestrian sculpture of Louis the 13th in its front.
Statue of Jeanne d'Arc
The work of sculptor Paul Dubois was given to the city of Reims in 1896 by a subscription of all the French.
Hôtel Saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle
On the internal façade (1556-1557), the turrets and the spiral staircase, crowned by an elegant steeple, recall the château at Blois.
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Sillery-Bellevue French Cemetery
The Mausoleum, collective work of the Union rémoise des Arts décoratifs, was built in memory of the dead without burial of the battles of Champagne.
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Place Léon Bourgeois
22 rue de Tambour
Place de l'Hôtel de Ville
Place Cardinal Luçon
4 bis rue de l'Arbalète
Route de Châlons