(Street of the Owl)

This street has a fine view over the chevet of the Church of Our Lady. At no 10, note the half-timbered house. Where does the street get its name? From the owl carved out of a buttress of the 15C Chambellan chapel. If you stroke it with your left hand and make a wish it will apparently come true.

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Rue de la Chouette

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Built between 1230 and 1250, this fine
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Dijon's Church of Our Lady
Dijon's Church of Our Lady
Built between 1230 and 1250, this fine
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Hôtel de Vogüé
Hôtel de Vogüé
Built in the early 17C, it was one of
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Rue des Forges
Rue des Forges
This is one of the city's oldest and
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