Riems Cathedral was started in 1201. A cathedral has been on this site since 410. The kings of France were coroneted here. This cathedral has been a special site for the France an truly Holy place. You feel this spirit when you walk through the doors into it's cavernous nave. Charles VII was coroneted here on 1429, led into the cathedral by Joan of Arc.

West Central Entrance
Joan of Arc


The West Front


The Small West Rose Window
West Side Entrance
South Rose Window
Choir Axial Windows
The Smiling Angel
The Nave from the West
Lancet Stained Glass Windows
Stained Glass Windows in the Choir
South Side of outside Nave
Traveling with Emily and Jim
Chagall Stained Glass windows
Clearstory Stained Glass
Nave View toward Choir
North Rose Window
West Towers
Emily and Joan outside of the Cathedral