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Around 90 miles north-east of Paris , Reims plays a prominent role in France’s history. 33 kings were crowned in Notre-Dame de Reims, a cathedral which celebrated its 800th anniversary last year. Its spectacular architecture and stained glass windows make it a popular tourist attraction. Medieval statues, including those portraying the life of Christ, as well as the iconic figure of the smiling angel, adorn the exterior, with the interior similarly laden with sculptures and paintings.
The city boasts three other UNESCO heritage sites: the Palais du Tau, the Saint-Remi Basilica, and the Saint-Remi museum, all of which are a short distance from the Campanile Reims Centre- Cathedral Hotel. The basilica was badly damaged in World War I, but has been restored to its splendour by architect Henri Deneux, and is one of the greatest examples of Roman art in the whole of France.