Dijon

Dijon (fr-Dijon.ogg) is a city in eastern :France, capital of the Côte-d`Or département and of the Burgundy region. The earliest archaeological finds within the city limits of Dijon date to the Neolithic period. Dijon later became a Roman settlement named Divio, located on the road from Lyon to Paris. The province was home to the Dukes of Burgu....
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Dijon

[n] - an industrial city in eastern France north of Lyons
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Dijon

noun an industrial city in eastern France north of Lyons
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Dijon

Administrative centre of the Côte-d'Or département, east-central France, and chief city of the Burgundy region, situated on the Burgundy canal at the confluence of the rivers Ouche and Suzon; population (1999) 150,100, conurbation 237,200. As well as metallurgical, electrical, electronic, pharmaceutical,...
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Dijon

Ancient capital of the French region of Burgundy (the wine capital Beaune ). In 1772 the important for the University of Burgundy vineyard was founded (formerly University of Dijon). Since 1947, here is a diploma degree in Oenology was in the nearby Marsannay a wine-cellar and technical test institute established. Since the year 1982 can be purchas...
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Dijon

city, capital of Côte d`Or département and of Burgundy (Bourgogne) région, east-central France. The city is 203 miles (326 km) southeast of Paris by ... [1 related articles]
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Dijon

Dijon (dēzhôN') , city (1990 pop. 151,636), capital of Côte-d'Or dept., E France, the old capital of Burgundy. It is a transportation hub and industrial center with food, metal-products, and electronics industries. Its mustard and cassis (black currant liqueur) are famous, and ...
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