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Dijon's Auditorium


The Auditorium of Dijon was inaugurated on November 20, 1998. This vast concert hall seating up to 1600 spectators, was designed by the architectural firm Arquitectonica


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The Louvre

The Louvre

Notwithstanding the use of Burgundy stone, this emblematic monument represents the jewel of French culture. Built as a palace during the Middle Ages, today it houses the Louvre museum.


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The British Museum

The Great Court, British Museum

The great court of the British Museum formerly used for the museum reserves, was transformed in 2000 into a museum space, capped with a gigantic skylight.

This arrangement, conceived by architect Norman Foster, allowed the museum to generously expand its public entrance and reception area.


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Orsay Museum

The Orsay Museum

The Orsay Museum was originally a railway station built in 1900 for the World's Fair. It was designed by Victor Laloux, a French architect quite in vogue at the time.

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Place de la Libération, Dijon

Place de la Libération seen from rue Vauban

Place de la Libération facing the Ducal Palace constitutes the heart of Dijon. It was originally, conceived as a Place Royal by Jules Hardouin Mansart in 1689.


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Museum of Islaamic Arts of Doha, Qatar

Museum of Islamic Arts of Doha

The magnificent museum of Islamic arts, designed by architects Pei and Wilmotte, was inaugurated on November 22nd 2008.


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Taipei Tower of Taiwan

Inside the commercial centre

Inaugurated in 2004, Taipei Tower 101 was conceived by the architectural group CY Lee & Partners Architects. It stands 508m...

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Fine Arts Museum of Nancy

Museum de Nancy

Located on the splendid Place Stanislas classed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Fine Arts Museum of Nancy was renovated and enlarged in 1999...

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Ancient Roman Theater of Arles

Restoration of the theater of Arles

The ancient theatre of the city of Arles had been abandoned for centuries before it was rediscovered in the second half of the 19th century. Numerous excavation campaigns finally resulted in a new look... 

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Château of Pommard

Interior courtyard of the Chateau of Pommard

In 2003, at the time the Château of Pommard was celebrating its 277th anniversary, it was sold to Maurice Giraud who quickly invested in its restoration and complete revamping of the interior ...


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Charles de Gaulle Memorial and museum

Charles de Gaulle Memorial museum

Inaugurated in Novembre 2008, the Charles de Gaulle Memorial in Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises is beautifully enhanced by the presence of Burgundy stone.


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