Notre-Dame de Reims
|Province||Diocese of Beauvais|
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Parish church|
|Architectural style||French Gothic|
The cathedral was built between 1153 and 1191; its 256-foot-tall (78 m) south tower dates from the 13th century. Its transepts were rebuilt between 1530 and 1556 after a fire, and the side portals and shallow east chapels date from about the same period.
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