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St. Jacques Church is the oldest church of Reims after Remi's abbey church. Its simple façade, pierced by three portals, masks a 12th century Gothic triforium and nave, a flamboyant Gothic chancel dating from the beginning of the 16th century and two Renaissance chapels with Corinthian columns from the mid 16th century.
The contemporary stained glass windows were designed by Maria Elena Vieira da Silva and Joseph Sima.
- Hydro-alcoholic gel available
- Establishment of a direction of the visit
- Mandatory face masks