Burgundy

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This Romanesque jewel is at its most atmospheric when the monks sing during the daily services (see website for details), and to get the most out of your visit it’s advisable to go on a guided tour. — Frommer's
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An excellent example of a self-sufficient Cistercian monastery, the well-restored abbey of Fontenay set in a secluded green valley was consecrated in 1147 — Michelin Guide
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Two chateaux situated just a few miles apart and built within a few years of each other. But that’s where the similarities end: these mansions could not be more different. — The Telegraph
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Originally Romanesque, this cathedral was built in the 12th century to house the sacred relics of St Lazarus. — Lonely Planet
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This famous grouping of six Old Testament figures, carved from 1395 to 1405 by court sculptor Claus Sluter and his nephew Claus de Werve, is on the grounds of a psychiatric hospital. — Lonely Planet
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This museum has a rich collection of artifacts from the Gallo-Roman era to the Middle Ages, as well as French and European paintings from the 17th to the 20th centuries. — Frommer's
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The museum's paintings were curated from 1890 to 1938 by a magistrate, Maurice Magnin, and his sister, Jeanne, an art critic — Michelin Guide
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Unlike most aristocrats who heeded the royal summons to live at Versailles and fled the countryside, the Marquis and Marquise de Tanlay opted to live here among their village retainers. — Fodor's
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A mandatory stop on your tour of Burgundy's vineyards, this magnificent wine-producing château (estate) provides a wonderful introduction to Burgundy's winemaking techniques — Lonely Planet
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Now 14 rooms display 500 restored European works dating from the 5th to 16th centuries while the rest of the building showcases (mainly) European art leading up to the present day. — Frommer's
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The elegant, classical exterior of this former palace can best be admired from half-moon Place de la Libération and the cour d'honneur — Fodor's
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Historically linked more with Paris than Burgundy, Sens was the country’s ecclesiastical center for centuries — Fodor's
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France's oldest public museum, founded in 1694, is famous for its stellar collection of local Gallo-Roman archaeology; its Cabinet des Dessins, with some 6000 drawings from the 15th to 20th centuries. — Lonely Planet
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"The Fontainebleau of Burgundy" was how Madame de Sévigné described this turreted Renaissance château with its Italianate inner court. — Fodor's
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This museum showcases all manner of objects used for measuring time and space — Michelin Guide
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Among the items in the hoard, note the largest ever metal vase from Antiquity which held 1 100 litres of wine. — Michelin Guide
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Conical towers and multicoloured tile roofs rise from thick woods above the ancient village of La Rochepot — Lonely Planet
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The east wing of the missing cloister of the former Abbey of St Bénigne is home to the museum which showcases regional collections from Prehistory to the Middle Ages. — Michelin Guide
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Housed in a 17th-century Cistercian convent, this museum explores village and town life in Burgundy in centuries past with evocative tableaux illustrating dress, customs and traditional crafts. — Lonely Planet
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