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Palais du Tau
Photographer: Kevin W.
Taken: June 29, 2015
Caption: Palais du Tau
Additional Description: Français:
Lieu de séjour des rois de France pendant les cérémonies du couronnement, le palais du Tau - ancient palais de l'archevêque de Reims - présente aujourd'hui la mémoire de la cathédrale et la spendeur de sacres. Sculptures, tapisseries, costumes, ornements et pièces d'orfèvrere constituent un trésor exceptionnel, du Moyen-Age au XIXe siècle.

Used to host coronation ceremonies for the Kings of France, nowadays the Palais du Tau - the former palace of the Archbishop of Reims - offers the memory of the cathedral and the splendour of the coronations that took place there. Sculptures, tapestries, costumes, ornaments and pieces of gold and silver add to an exceptional collection of treasure, dating from the Middle Ages to the 19th century.

German translation not transcribed.
Submitted: July 24, 2015, by Kevin W. of Stafford, Virginia.
Database Locator Identification Number: p317394
File Size: 2.639 Megabytes

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