Like many other spots in Italy, Spain, France and England, the town of Beaune can trace its origins to pre-Roman settlers. Today, Beaune is the wine capital ... Read more
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In Dijon, west of the Ducal palace, looms the twin-towered Cathédrale St. Bénigne - also known as the Dijon Cathedral. This large, Gothic church is ... Read more
Northwest of Mâcon is the little town of Cluny. Dating to an abbey established in the year 910 (called Cluniacum), the town became the epicenter of a ... Read more
Following the destruction and turmoil of France's Wars of Religion (1562-1598), France once again began to rebuild its towns and cities; in Dijon, a series of ... Read more
Dijon is known for its importance to the French wine industry, but it’s also known for another culinary product – mustard. The region’s fertile land and ... Read more
The seat of Burgundian power was in Dijon, and in Dijon, it was found
in the fabulous Palais des Ducs et des Etats de Bourgogne, more simply
known as the ... Read more
The Rue des Forges is one of Dijon's most characteristic streets. If you're new to the city, it should be one of your first stops; at 34 Rue des Forges, you ... Read more
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