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  • The cathedral can be seen in the distance
  • Terracotta rooftops with geometric patterns unique to dijon
  • Dijon

    1. 1. The Amazingness of DIJON<br />Presented by: the winners.<br />DavidierVitalre, Cheyenne Webboir<br />
    2. 2. Population<br />Paris > Dijon > Wichita<br />Population: 11,836,970 Population: 155,460 Population: 127,321<br />
    3. 3. Transportation<br />1 hour 40 minutes from Paris (by train)<br />Cars<br />Trains<br />Airport (DIJ)<br />
    4. 4. Where to stay<br />Hotel de la Cloche, Hostellerie du Chapeau-Rouge<br />
    5. 5. Where to eat<br />Le Pre aux Clercs<br />StéphaneDebord<br />Les Oenophiles<br />
    6. 6. Weather<br />Generally warm and somewhat rainy. During the summer there is less rain, but if there is rain there are still many museums and other indoor activities.<br />
    7. 7. Translation<br />There are a lot of tourists so there is little language barrier<br />If you like architecture and history, go to the tourist office and ask for the owl's trail brochure (2,5€).<br />
    8. 8. Dijon is attractive.<br />L’imaginarium Louis Bouillot<br />Musee-site-buffon<br />Notre Dome de Dijon<br />Dijon Cathedral, the crypt dedicated to Saint Benignus<br />
    9. 9. Historical Significance<br />There is none. It was made yesterday, by me, n’est pas.<br />From the early 11th century AD until the late 1400s, the province was home to the Dukes of Burgundy .   Burgundy was a place of tremendous wealth and power and was one of the great European centers of art, learning and science. The Dukes of Burgundy left behind a legacy of architectural splendor which visitors will see in the historic city centre of Dijon.  During the 17th – 18th centuries the  wealthy parliamentarians also built elegant ‘hotel particulars’ or private mansions in town, adding to the town’s grand architecture.<br />
    10. 10. sports<br />To the northwest of Dijon, the race track of Dijon-Prenois<br />Dijon is home to the Dijon Ducs ice hockey team<br />
    11. 11. Cote de Nuits Pass<br />Dijon Cote de Nuits Pass<br />Duration: Varies<br />Location: Dijon, France<br />Product code: 3032DIJPASS<br />From USD $26.06<br />You will receive free admission to more than 30 top attractions as well as unlimited transportation on Dijon's public network for the duration of your pass. You will also be entitled to a variety of discounts and added value offers at a selection of over 60 shops and wine cellars. There is a choice of a 24, 48 or 72-hour Pass<br />Citeaux Abbey<br />Chateau du Clos de Vougeot<br />Gaugry Cheese Factory<br />The Cassissium<br />The Imaginarium<br />History and Archaeology Museum<br />Museum and Park Noisot<br />The Owl's Trail<br />The Philippe le Bon Tower<br />Audioguided tour of Dijon<br />Bike rentals<br />Segway Ride<br />'Musique au Chambertin' Festival<br />Visiovisit<br />Horse Carriage Ride<br />Wine tours: Alter and Go ; Authentica Tour ; Wine and Voyages<br />
    12. 12. Owl trail<br />You can purchase an English language brochure or hire an audio guide from the tourist office and see Dijon’s top 22 attractions at your own pace. <br />The trail is named after the stone owl at the Notre-Dame church.  Look for the tiny owl on the facade of the church and don’t forget to stroke it for good luck and to ensure you will return!<br />Please listen to a critical point from your presenters<br />
    13. 13. Architecture<br />
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    15. 15. Best Time to go is… ANY TIME :D<br />Because…<br />Any time is Dijon time!~ >:D<br />
    16. 16. There is also mustard there<br />