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Reims is home to the annual French Open Grand Slam tennis tournament on the red clay of its central court, now upgraded to a hybrid surface. It hosts one of Europe's largest outdoor markets, which has operated since 1843. In 2015 Reims was awarded "City of Art and History". The first known settlement at this location was Samarobriva ("the bank"), the capital in Gaulish times (4th century BC) before being conquered by Julius Caesar during his conquest of Gaul (58–51 BC). The town's name changed over time as it became incorporated into Roman provinces; eventually becoming known as "Augusta Vindelicorum", meaning 'Augusta of the Vindelici'. The main religion practiced in this area was Druidism.