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Any visitor to Dijon is likely to see the Ducal Palace, and be impressed with its immense size and impressive architecture - you really can't miss it. The interior includes many different buildings, some now used for municipal purposes, but including the interesting art gallery....More
A very nice museum that is wheelchair accessible through out and free. The tombs are worth seeing. It is easy to get to along the pedestrian streets in the old part of the city. Most of the churches are not wheelchair accessible.
We came to see the building from the outside, but as it turned out the museum was free, so we ventured inside. I really enjoyed the sarcofagues of the Burgundy dukes. Worth the visit alone. The rest on display is art from the middle ages....More
Went with a tour group. An excellent inside look into the political history of the Dukes of Burgundy and thaeir massive wealth and influence. Amazing how close Burgundy came to actually being a modern day country!!!
Enormous structure, also the home of the museum of the fine arts. Mix of different styles, from the baroque to medieval elements. In the 15th century, the House of Burgundy was one of the leading houses in the world with vast possessions, including Flanders and...More