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#1 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Historic Sites; Art Museums; Wineries; Museums; History Museums
Owner description: Although this historic hospital, which dates back to the 1400s, still functions as a retirement home, its primary... more » Owner description: Although this historic hospital, which dates back to the 1400s, still functions as a retirement home, its primary significance now lies as a tourist attraction. « less
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#2 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: The Abbey of Fontenay was founded by Saint Bernard in 1118. It is one of the oldest Cistercian abbeys in Europe. The... more » Owner description: The Abbey of Fontenay was founded by Saint Bernard in 1118. It is one of the oldest Cistercian abbeys in Europe. The Romanesque architecture offers a remarkable unity to all buildings remained intact since the Middle Ages. The Abbey was transformed into a paper mill after the French Revolution by the family Montgolfier and was bought back in 1906 by Edouard Aynard, the ancestor of the present owners who continue on safeguarding this masterpiece of Romanesque art.The old Abbey of Fontenay (12th century) was one of the first monuments to be inscribed on the Unesco world heritage list. This classification has distinguished the exceptional value of Fontenay and its environment. « less
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#3 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
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#4 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
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#5 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Art Museums
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#6 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Notre Dame (Dijon)
#7 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites
Early 13th-century gothic church features gargoyles and slender columns topped by the famous 14th-century Jacquemart Clock.
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#8 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
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#9 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Historic Sites; Religious Sites
Owner description: Considered a masterpiece of Romanesque art, this abbey church was built in 1007 and features a crypt containing sculptures... more » Owner description: Considered a masterpiece of Romanesque art, this abbey church was built in 1007 and features a crypt containing sculptures dating from the eleventh century. « less
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#10 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: History Museums
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#11 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
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#12 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Castles
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Ducal Palace (Dijon)
#13 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Art Museums
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Le Cassissium (Nuits-Saint-Georges)
#14 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Museums
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Clos de Vougeot (Vougeot)
#15 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Historic Sites; Wineries
Owner description: Held by the Abbey of Citeaux until the French Revolution, this vineyard features a 12th-century monastic structure at its... more » Owner description: Held by the Abbey of Citeaux until the French Revolution, this vineyard features a 12th-century monastic structure at its center. « less
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MuseoParc Alesia (Alise-Sainte-Reine)
#16 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Museums
Owner description: The Interpretation Centre offers a lively, interactive presentation of the siege of Alésia. Ancient objects and... more » Owner description: The Interpretation Centre offers a lively, interactive presentation of the siege of Alésia. Ancient objects and reproductions, dioramas, films, models, multimedia terminals and reconstructions of instruments of war present you with the keys to understanding the history of the site. Various activites are also offered, intended both for children and adults : workshops, audioguides for visitors, with the choice of a "child" visit with games, or an "adult" visit, a Toy Library for children from 3 to 8 years... You are plunged into the heart of the combat, encountering the impressive reconstruction of the Roman lines of fortifications.A full-scale immersion!Alésia is also...An emblematic statueTo commemorate the completion and the success of the excavations undertaken at Alésia, Napoleon III commissioned sculptor Aimé Millet to produce a colossal statue of Vercingetorix. 6.60 metres high, this artwork in copper sheet was erected in 1865. The stone plinth 7 metres high was designed by the architect Viollet-le-Duc.And a Gallo-Roman site that has been open for over 100 years !Following the defeat of Vercingetorix, the oppidum continued to be occupied. A prosperous Gallo-Roman town developed, particularly based on the activity of craftsmen specialising in bronze working. It was abandoned in the 5th century. The population has been estimated as several thousand people at that point. Of this ancient town, all that can now be seen are barely visible remains. They correspond to the foundations and buried structures of monuments and habitations constructed over several centuries. « less
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Chateau of Bussy-Rabutin (Bussy-le-Grand)
#17 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Castles
Owner description: The Château is set in a magnificent wooded valley and features a remarkable décor created by Roger de Rabutin, Comte de... more » Owner description: The Château is set in a magnificent wooded valley and features a remarkable décor created by Roger de Rabutin, Comte de Bussy. Cousin of Madame de Sévigné and author of the satirical chronicle of the love affairs of the court, Roger de Rabutin lived in exile in his burgundian Château where he wrote his memoirs of the Sun King. Mattos room, drawing-room of the great warriors, King’s gallery, portrait of the Kings mistresses and the golden tower are a splendid testament of a famous libertine. Open:> 15th May to 14th September: from 9.15 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.> 15th September to 14th May: from 9.15 a.m. to noon and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Last admission 45 minutes before closing time. Closed:> 1st January, 1st May, 1st November, 11th November and 25th December. Admission fees: Adults : 7,50 €; Concessions (18 to 25) = 4,50 €; Free admission: minors under 18*; Free admission: 18-25 years old* (citizens of one of the 27 countries of the EU or are non-European permanent residents of France) * excluding school groups « less
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#18 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
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Musee Rude (Dijon)
#19 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Specialty Museums
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Aqua-City (Talant)
#20 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
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#21 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
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#22 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Castles
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Tresor de Vix (Chatillon-sur-Seine)
#23 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Museums
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#24 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Natural History Museums
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Chateau de Savigny-les-Beaune (Savigny-les-Beaune)
#25 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Castles
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#26 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
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Musee Magnin (Dijon)
#27 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
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#28 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Other
This is a wine cellar that hosts wine tastings.
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Pinard Bridge (Semur-en-Auxois)
#29 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Bridges
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#30 of 76 attractions in Cote d'Or
Category: Historic Sites; Architectural Buildings
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