This is the oldest church in Reims. The exterior of this basilica is in huge contrast with Reims Cathedral. It is early Gothic and very somber, very rustic. Inside, the
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Open: Tue-Sun 9:30am – 6:30pm
Closed: Mondays, Jan. 1, May 1, Nov. 1 and 11, Dec. 25
Prices: 6.10 euros – adults, 4.10 euros –
After sipping all that champagne, I figured my visit to Reims needed some good old-fashioned education, and I was genuinely interested to see the room where the Germans
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From 1386 until 1897 the land of the castle Chantilly caught in possession of various branches of the same family, but never sold. In 14-15 centuries the family lived here
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The entrance here is stunning. As you look up the staircase you are greeted by the portrait of King Louis XV.
This is a former abbey, and in one area you can see that