Reims (France)

Reims (English traditionally Rheims) is a city of north-eastern France, 98 miles east-northeast of Paris. The city is is well known for its cathedral, where the kings of France used to be crowned. Notre-Dame de Reims was completed by the end of the 13th century, with the exception of the west front. That portion was erected in the 14th century after 13th century designs- the nave having in the meantime been lengthened to afford room for the crowds that attended the coronations.

The twenty closest neighbours in the database:

Verdun (France) (99 km), Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (111 km), Paris (France) (131 km), Amiens (France) (144 km), Maginot Fort Hackenberg (169 km), Brussels (Belgium) (179 km), Abbey of Fontenay (181 km), Guédelon (196 km), Château de Sully-sur-Loire (205 km), Aachen (Germany) (224 km), Bruges (Belgium) (225 km), Dijon (France) (230 km), Ostend (Belgium) (233 km), Beaune (France) (255 km), Château de Chambord (260 km), Château du Haut-Königsbourg (267 km), Château de Blois (272 km), Bonn (Germany) (274 km), Cologne (Germany) (281 km), Strasbourg (France) (281 km)

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