Dijon, France, is a gem of ancient architecture, ranging from the 15th century to the Revolution. There's an archaeological museum, full of Gallo-Roman artifacts, including the statues that once adorned the city's original walls, as well as the 12th-century Notre Dame church with its three tiers of gargoyles and mechanical clock, the winding streets of Old Town and the vibrant Rue Odebert marketplace.
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