Tonnerre is built around the Fosse Dionne, a spring haloed in mystery... Learn about its secrets! Then discover the city. Visit the Hotel Dieu, one of the largest medieval hospitals, and Notre-Dame and Saint-Pierre Churches. Admire the Hôtel d'Uzes, a beautiful sample of Renaissance style. Finally, enjoy a ride on the Burgundy Canal.

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Tonnerre
Rue de l'Hôtel de Ville - 89700 - TONNERRE -
03 86 55 22 55
secretariat@mairie-tonnerre.fr
http://www.tonnerre.fr

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