Wim' takes you to Dijon, place François Rude, better known as Place du Bareuzai! It is a square located in the historic center of Dijon and surrounded by old buildings, some of which date back to the Middle Ages. It's lined with cafes and restaurants, making it a popular place to relax and soak up the vibe of the city.
Place du Bareuzai owes its name to the activity of the tannery which was practiced there in the Middle Ages. Indeed, the term "barez" or "barège" refers to the tan used for the manufacture of hides and skins.
Place du Bareuzai is also known for housing the Tour Philippe le Bon, which is the only remnant of the former ducal palace in Dijon. This 46 meter high tower offers a panoramic view of the city and can be visited by tourists.
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Dijon is a historic city in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region in eastern France. It is famous for its gastronomy, in particular for its mustard, as well as for its world-famous wines.
The town has a picturesque historic center, with cobbled streets and half-timbered buildings dating back to the Middle Ages. Among the city's best-known sites are the Saint-Bénigne Cathedral, the Notre-Dame Church, the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy and the Philippe le Bon Tower.
Dijon is also a cultural city, with many museums and contemporary art exhibitions.