Ville de Montbard

Place Henri Vincenot
21500 - MONTBARD
Côte d'Or
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Take a bike ride along the Burgundy Canal, to discover the treasures of Montbard. The city, the birthplace of the naturalist Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, holds many treasures: The Orangerie Museum and Buffon park, landscaped between 1733 and 1742. Visit the villages surrounding the Abbey of Fontenay, registered on UNESCO's World Heritage list, and the Castle of Bussy-Rabutin.

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