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Hôtel de ville de Dijon : Salle des Etats (City Hall)
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Le palais des ducs et des États de Bourgogne à Dijon en Côte-d'or est un ensemble architectural comprenant plusieurs parties imbriquées : la plus ancienne est le palais ducal des XIVe siècle et XVe siècle, de style gothique, qui comprend encore un logis (bien visible depuis la place des Ducs), les cuisines ducales (cour de Bar) et deux tours : la tour de la terrasse, ou tour Philippe le Bon et la tour de Bar. La plus grande partie des bâtiments visibles aujourd'hui a cependant été bâtie aux XVIIe et surtout XVIIIe siècles, dans un style classique, avec le dessin de la place royale, aujourd'hui place de la Liberté. Enfin, la façade du musée des Beaux-Arts, sur la place de la Sainte-Chapelle, a été élevée au XIXe siècle à l'emplacement de la Sainte-Chapelle détruite en 1802. Cet ensemble, dans un remarquable état de conservation, témoigne de presque un millénaire de vie politique à Dijon. Le Palais des ducs de Bourgogne fut le siège des souverains du duché de Bourgogne, les ducs de Bourgogne. Classé au titre des monuments historiques par la liste de 1862 et par arrêté de 19261, il abrite aujourd'hui la mairie de Dijon et le musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon. Mairie : www.dijon.fr Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon : http://mba.dijon.fr/ Sources : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palais_des_ducs_de_Bourgogne

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