Eglise Saint-Philibert

Parvis Saint-Philibert
21000 - DIJON
Côte d'Or
Ph. +33 XX XX XX XX
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Saint-Philibert, Dijon’s only Romanesque church, has undergone several reincarnations since the Revolution. This magnificent building has successively been a stable, a saltpetre shop and a salt depot. Today it houses contemporary art exhibitions where you can also enjoy a complete tour of the church. It’s open to the public on Monday in high season and three times a month in low season.

Spoken languages :

  • French


    Groups welcomed : yes

    Maximum size : 40


Last update : 24/01/2020

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