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