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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.
"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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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.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saint-Remi Basilica is a collection of history and art which should not be missed. It contains Saint Remi's tomb and a collection of 12th century stain-glass windows.
Saint-Hilaire-le-Grand Russian Cemetery
This small cemetery is the place where the Russian graves of the soldiers killed on the battlefields of the Champagne where gathered. A chapel is dedicated to the 4 000 Russian soldiers killed in France.
Hand of Massiges
This natural height the natural form of which looks like a left hand is located at the extreme East of the front of Champagne. An impressive network of trenches there was restored in its original state.
Built in 1757 in honour of king Louis XV, the architecture of Place Royale is typical of the 18th century.
The monumental Mars Gate dates from the first part of the 3rd century and gave access to the Gallo-Roman town of Durocortorum.
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50 rue de Mars
33 rue du Champ de Mars
Place Léon Bourgeois
Place de l'Hôtel de Ville
Place Chanoine Ladame