Statues at the entrance to the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims, Reims, France, 11 November 2015. The Smiling Angel (right) is the most famous of the cathedrals statues. She was hit by debris from a fire after being shelled by German artillery at the beginning of World War I and lost her head, which has since been restored. The statues are reddish in colour due to the molten lead that poured over them during the fire as the roof was destroyed.
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Statues at the entrance to the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims, Reims, France, 11 November 2015. The Smiling Angel (right) is the most famous of the cathedrals statues. She was hit by debris from a fire after being shelled by German artillery at the beginning of World War I and lost her head, which has since been restored. The statues are reddish in colour due to the molten lead that poured over them during the fire as the roof was destroyed.
  • Filename reims_marshall111115_53.jpg
  • Date 11 Nov 2015
  • Location Reims France
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