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Musée des Beaux-Arts

Musée des Beaux-Arts

The Fine Arts Museum is housed in the former living quarters of the Abbey of Saint-Denis. The museum has extensive collections from the Renaissance to the present day.
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Musée Saint Rémi

The famous Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Remi with the shrine of the Holy Ampula used for French kings’ coronations. This magnificent building in classical style will satisfy anyone interested in architecture.
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Le Planétarium

Le Planétarium is the ideal place to become familiar with the constellations, discover the planets of the solar system and the whole universe. This place features multimedia technology.
Musee de la Reddition

Musee de la Reddition

This "Museum of Surrender" is situated behind the SNCF station. The museum preserves the map room intact of General Eisenhower’s headquarters, in which the German army signed their full surrender on 7th May, 1945.
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The Foujita Chapel

In the tradition of primitive Christian art, the Chapel of Our Lady of the Peace, inaugurated in 1966, was thought up by Léonard Foujita. This chapel is open during the summer months from May to October.
Palais du Tau

Palais du Tau

Residence of the bishops and later the archbishops of Reims, this palace is now the museum of the architectural construction of the cathedral. Visitors can still see how the palace used to look during the 16th century.
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Fort de la Pompelle

This fort was built by General Séré de Rivière in 1880. Heroically it resisted throughout World War I from 1914 to 1918 under German assault waves and bombardment.
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims

Notre-Dame de Reims is a Roman Catholic cathedral where the kings of France once were crowned. The most famous one was Charles VII, who had Joan of Arc at his side, in 17 July 1429. In the year 2011 this impressive structure celebrated its 800th anniversary.
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