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Reims Cathedral

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The Reims Cathedral is a can't-miss site in the Champagne region. Built in the High Gothic style from 1211–1516, the cathedral has a long and fascinating history—for instance, it was the symbolic center of the Archdiocese, and it served as the location for the coronation of the French kings. It is celebrated for its 13th century architecture and sculpture work; however, the cathedral is best known for its breath-taking stained glass windows. While beautiful original frames have been restored from the 13th century, the primary attractions are the additions made by such modern artists as Brigitte Simon and Marc Chagall.

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