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See more information about Statue of Jeanne d'Arc

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.
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Boulingrin Covered Market

Classed as a historic monument, the covered market has been newly renovated and restored to use in 2012. Market on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday morning.
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"Foujita" Chapel

"Foujita" Chapel was entirely imagined and decorated partly in the refined Japanese tradition by French-Japanese painter Léonard Foujita in 1966 after his conversion to catholicism and baptism in Reims.
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Le Manège and Le Cirque

The Circus, whose architecture was inspired by that of the Cirque national in Paris, stands on three floors, in the shape of a polygon with 16 sides, 108 ft in diameter, and with a capacity of 1,200 spectators.
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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.
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Subé Fountain

This monumental fountain was erected in the middle of the Place d'Erlon by André Najoux in 1906 thanks to August Subé's generosity.
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Saint-Jacques Church

The oldest church of Reims after St. Remi Basilica. Its simple façade, pierced by three portals, masks a 12th century Gothic triforium and nave, and a flamboyant Gothic chancel.
See more information about Sillery-Bellevue French Cemetery

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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Notre-Dame Cathedral

A World Heritage site, the 13th century Notre-Dame Cathedral of Reims is one of Europe's most important Gothic structures.
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Deutsh, English, Espagnol, Italian

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Sainte-Clotilde Basilica

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.

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Place Cardinal Luçon

51100 Reims

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50 rue de Mars

51100 Reims

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33 rue du Champ de Mars

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2 boulevard Général Leclerc

51100 Reims

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Place de l'Hôtel de Ville

51100 Reims

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Place Drouet d'Erlon

51100 Reims

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Rue Marx Dormoy

51100 Reims

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Route de Châlons

51500 Sillery

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Place Cardinal Luçon

51100 Reims

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Place Sainte-Clotilde

51100 Reims

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