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Vestiges found on the Camp of Myard unveil the origins of the town of Vitteaux. This ancient neolithic fortified village sheltered the houses of the first sedentary breeders and farmers of the Auxois region. 3000 years ago, in the Bronze Age, it was rebuilt as a proper battlement. This rich history is told to you through a course shown by arrows and punctuated by explicative pannels.

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