Sources de la Seine

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21690 - SOURCE-SEINE
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Discover the source of the river Seine, in the heart of Burgundy! The main source was deified by the Gauls for its healing properties under the name of Sequana. Its sanctuary sheltered many offerings, now exhibited in the archeological museum of Dijon. You will find there a romantic cave fitted out under Napoleon III. You will be charmed by the stone nymph that lies there...

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