Notre-Dame de Dijon Church


29 July 2020

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Notre-Dame de Dijon Church

Notre-Dame de Dijon Church
2 Place Notre Dame, 21000 Dijon, France
0.46 km from the establishment

The Notre-Dame de Dijon church, considered a masterpiece of 13th century Gothic architecture, is located in the heart of the 97 hectares of Dijon’s protected area, which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 4 July 2015. It stands on Place Notre-Dame, near the Palace of the Dukes and States of Burgundy and opposite Rue Musette. It is estimated that the current building was built from the 1220s to around 1250.

This church houses the statue of Our Lady of Good Hope, formerly known as the Black Madonna. It is also decorated with two symbols of the city of Dijon: the Jacquemart and the owl. The church was classified as a historical monument by the list of 1840. The chapel of the Assumption, the sacristy and the gallery connecting them to the church have been listed as historical monuments since 5 July 2002.



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