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Dijon (AFI: / diˈʒɔ̃ /) or Dijón (AFI: / diˈxɔn /) is a city in eastern France, prefecture of the Burgundy-Franche-Comté region and formerly of Burgundy. It is located in the center of the Côte-d'Or department, on the banks of the Ouche River and not far from the birth of the Seine.
In 2008 the population of the city was 151,576 inhabitants, becoming since that year the 17th most populous city in France. The metropolitan area of Dijon or «Grand Dijon», which in 2000 took the form of a «communauté d'agglomération», that is to say an intermunicipal structure with its own taxation, had 244 577 inhabitants in that year.
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SWEETHOME DIJON - Le PREVOTE
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Appartement plein centre
L'ESCAPADE, charme et modernité en centre historique
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Kyriad Prestige Dijon Centre ★★★★
Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau ★★★★new
Kyriad Dijon Est Mirande ★★★
Hôtel Restaurant Du Parc de la Colombière ★★★
The district of Dijon is a district (in French: arrondissement)? from France, which is located in the department of Côte-d'Or, in the Burgundy region (in French: Bourgogne) ?. His chef-lieu, and prefecture of the department, is the city of Dijon.
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Au jardin des plantes
Studio LE MARS - Dijonmillésime
Appartements des Ducs
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Hôtel des Ducs ★★★new
Quality Hotel du Nord Dijon Centre ★★★new
Ethic Etapes Dijon ★new
Hôtel des Halles ★★★new
Botanical Garden of the Arquebuse
The Botanical Garden of the Arquebuse (in French, Jardin botanique de l'Arquebuse) is a botanical garden and arboretum, 5 hectares in length, located in Dijon, Burgundy, France.
Municipal administration, it is also a public garden, rose garden, museum of natural history and ethnology, and also planetarium.
This botanical garden is a member of the prestigious «Jardins botaniques de France et des pays francophones».
The identification code of the Jardin botanique de l'Arquebuse as a member of the "Botanic Gardens Conservation International" (BGCI), as well as the acronym for herbarium is DIJON.
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LE REFLET au calme à proximité du coeur de ville
La suite Buffon
Studio Palais Des Congrès
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Grand Hotel La Cloche Dijon - MGallery ★★★★★new
Maison Philippe Le Bon, Les Collectionneurs ★★★★new
Fasthotel Dijon ★new
Dijon-City station, (in French: gare de Dijon-Ville), also called Foch station, is the main railway station in the French city of Dijon. A large number of especially high-speed and regional trains run through it. The station offers important international connections with Switzerland and Italy.
In 2008, it was used by about 5.5 million passengers.
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Sweet Home Dijon-Arquebuse
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Odalys City Dijon Les Cordeliers
The Parliament of Dijon (in French, Parlement de Dijon) (initially Parliament of Burgundy (Parlement de Bourgogne) from 1354 to 1480 and currently, court of appeal of Dijon (cour d'appel de Dijon)) is a Parliament of the old regime founded in 1354 by Burgundy Duke Philip the Bold in Beaune, then transferred to Dijon in 1480 by King Louis XI of France.
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Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy
The palace of the dukes and the states of Burgundy (in French: palais des ducs et des états de Bourgogne)? It is a prominent architectural complex headquarters of the sovereigns of the Burgundian State, the Dukes of Burgundy, located in Dijon, in the department of Cote-d'Or. This set, in a remarkable state of conservation, testifies almost a millennium of political life in Dijon and consists of several overlapping parts: the oldest is the ducal palace of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, of Gothic style, which even includes a residence (clearly visible from the Plaza de los Duques), the ducal kitchens (in the Bar courtyard) and two towers: the terrace tower, or Felipe el Bueno tower and the Bar tower. Most of the buildings visible today in day, however, they were built in the seventeenth century and especially in the eighteenth century, in a classic style, with the drawing of the royal square, today Liberation Square, when the palace became the royal residence and housed the Burgundy states. Finally, the facade of the Museum of Fine Arts, in the Plaza de la Sainte-Chapelle, was erected in the 19th century in the place formerly occupied by the Sainte-Chapelle de Dijon destroyed in 1802.
Classified as a historical monument by the list in 1862 and by order of 1926,
The set now houses the Dijon City Hall and the Dijon Museum of Fine Arts.