Collégiale Notre-Dame-en-Vaux

The Notre-Dame-en-Vaux was built in Chalons-en-Champagne between 1157 and 1217. It's called "college" for the church housed the canons, who gathered to pray but they do not live together.

In the nineteenth century, the college receives its bells chime 56. And since 1998, it is a World Heritage Site by Unesco, under Chemins de Saint-Jacques de Compostela.

With four towers, the building is also decorated with columns statues of the twelfth century.

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