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The Hotel Dieu in Beaune

This structure was built as a hospital for the poor in the 15th century. It is noted for its roof, which contains multi-colored tiles in the Flemish style that are quite common in Bourgogne. Inside is a museum, which shows the hospital as it existed in the late middle ages. There is a room that contains the old hospital beds, another that recreates the old hospital pharmacy, and a third that recreates the kitchen as it would have looked at the time. For art lovers, the compelling reason to go here is to see the magnificent nine-panelled altarpiece “The Last Judgement” by the Flemish artist Rogier van der Weyden. Non art lovers may also enjoy the lost souls being cast into the inferno that... [more ]

The Abbey of Cluny

The Abbey of Cluny was at one time the largest religious building in Europe.... [more ]

Chateau Bussy-Rabutin

Northwest of Dijon, almost in the center of Bourgogne, lies the Chateau... [more ]

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1. Sofitel Dijon La Cloche
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1. Kathedrale
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2. Castle of the Lords du Ble
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3. Cîteaux Abbey
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1. Taize international camp
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