747. Replica of the Notre Dame de Reims Cathedral, France. Excavations have shown that the present building occupies roughly the same site as the original cathedral founded ca. 400. That church was rebuilt during the Carolingian period and further extended in the 12th century. This cathedral was the site for the crowning of French kings. Not much is known about this replica except it was made early 20th century and was found in Quebec, Canada. It is possible it was made in Quebec as a lot of French artists are exceptional in the folk art fields. The main body of the cathedral is made of a very light wood and the base is very solid. Damage is very minimal. This is a very large structure and the paint is original. Size: H. 30in., L. 54in. , W. 20in (76cm by 137 cm by 50cm). Photo color a little brighter than the actual color.