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Discover the Hôtel-Dieu of Beaune


Completed in 1435 amidst the Hundred Years' War's devastation, Nicolas Rolin, chancellor to Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, and his wife Guigone de Salins, opened a hospital for the poor on January 1, 1452. The Hospital Sisters have provided care for the homeless and resourceless since then. The miniature Hospices de Beaune model represents this hospital, distinguished by its polychrome roofs, a stunning example of Gothic architecture from Burgundy and Flanders, making it a beautiful stop in the tour of France's miniature monuments.


The East

Relish the cozy atmosphere of Alastian villages with their half-timbered homes. Admire the serene Vosages and the unique Art Nouveau heritage of Nancy's Place Stanislas, or the esteemed vineyards of Beaune, the capital of Burgundy wines. Take a remarkable journey through the grandeur of Eastern France!