Well preserved and the audio guides are great, even in English. If you are in Beaune with at least an hour or two this is what you want to see. The building itself is unique and the explanations give you a good sense of what went on. Maybe a bit overdone in spots but overall a 4 1/2 but I couldn't give the last half.
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