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Arrás (Calais Pass)
Arras, or Arras (written without tilde in French, Atrecht in Dutch), is a city in northern France, capital of the department of Pas-de-Calais, in the region of Upper France
The population of the city, according to the 2013 census was 40,830 inhabitants, although the entire urban area has 129,944 inhabitants.
The city is known for its beffroi, its citadel (both declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco), its two baroque squares and its 225 protected historical monuments.
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Arras District is a district (in French arrondissement) of France, which is located in the department of Pas-de-Calais (in French Pas-de-Calais), in the North-Pas-de-Calais region. It has 20 cantons and 397 communes.
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The Arras station is a French railway station, on the Paris-Lille railway line, located in the commune of Arras, in the department of Paso de Calais. A large number of high-speed and regional trains pass through it.
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Beffroi de Arras
The beffroi of Arras (in French, beffroi d'Arras) is a beffroi (municipal civil bell tower) of the commune of Arras, in the French department of Pas-de-Calais. Like the town hall to which it is attached, it is a historical monument.
The beffroi began during the fifteenth century and was completed in 1554 according to the plans of Jacques le Caron. Built in the flamboyant Gothic style, the beffroi was destroyed and then rebuilt identically twice: the first time in 1833, because it threatened to collapse, and, the second in 1914, after German bombing during World War I.
While the Beffroi had military functions in the Middle Ages - the bell rang when the city doors opened and closed - and the building served as a prison, it is now part of the heritage of Arras. The beffroi is classified as a historical monument by the 1840 list. and also inscribed individually as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Beffrois complex of Belgium and France since 2005 (ID no. ID 943-045).