One mile from the world renown Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims sits the Saint Remi Basilica. The Basilica was predominately constructed during the 11th century in honor of Saint Remi, the patron saint of Reims, with additions being added from the 11th to 15th centuries. The basilica was heavily damaged during the First World War and had to be completely rebuilt over the following 40 years. Today, the basilica serves as a premier example of Romanesque Architecture as well as a burial ground for important French rulers, such as Carloman (Charlemagne's brother) and Louis IV.
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