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Town Center of Dijon (Crossroad between François Rude and Oderbert Street)
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Héritière d'un riche patrimoine historique et architectural, ancienne capitale du Duché de Bourgogne aux XIVe et XVe siècles, Dijon est une ville touristique dont l'attrait est renforcé par la réputation gastronomique de la région. C'est aussi une ville verte au secteur tertiaire important, capitale de région dans les domaines scolaire, universitaire, judiciaire, hospitalier et administratif, qui assurent une tradition de vie culturelle forte. Plus d'informations : http://www.bm-dijon.fr Sources : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dijon

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