Paroisse Notre-Dame De Dijon, Dijon

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Spot gargoyles perched on the façade of Paroisse Notre-Dame De Dijon de Dijon, an early 13th century Gothic cathedral featuring slender columns, original stained glass, and the famous 14th century Jacquemart Clock. Go inside to view the most sacred item, the Black Virgin, also known as Our Lady of Good Hope. As you leave, go to the right side of the cathedral, look six feet above the ground, then rub the head of the famous Dijon Owl with your left hand for good luck. Using our custom trip planner, Dijon attractions like Paroisse Notre-Dame De Dijon can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The church of Notre Dame in its appearance is suitable for a cathedral. It was originally built in this capacity and was the home church for the inhabitants of the ducal palace. However...  more »
  • Stayed about three minutes walk from this church and absolutely worth visiting. What started off as a simple chapel which was rebuilt in Romanesque style then rebuilt again in mid 1200 in Gothic...  more »

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