This is the most spectacular scenic spot of Dijon. It is not only the Duke's government, but also the city hall of Dijon. There are many collections in the palace. Even the reproductions have a history of two or three hundred years. They record the brilliance of the Duke of Burgundy. Next to the palace stands the Philipple Pagoda Tower, which is the highest point of Shirong and the landmark building of Dirong.
This is the landmark building of Dijon. The whole Duke Palace has a very atmospheric appearance and features of the Royal Architecture in medieval Europe. The entrance to the Duke's Palace is a large square, which is also the most popular place for tourists on weekdays, because the whole Duke's Palace is photographed on the square, which is very beautiful and atmospheric.
The Duke of Burgundy and the Palace of Government are the residences of the Dukes of Burgundy. The project was completed only in the 19th century. The western wing of the reformed palace serves as the office of the municipal government, while the eastern wing is an art gallery. Established in 1799, the Eastern Wing Art Museum of the Palace is one of the largest museums in France, with a large collection of art treasures. The gallery is open from 10:00 to 18:00, Tuesday and holidays. Sunday is free.
The magnificent Palais des ducsde Bourgogne Duke of Burgundy complex is located in the centre of Dijon and has long been the political center of Burgundy. The Gothic Duke Palace of the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries was the most primitive part. The Duke's residence, the Royal dining room, the good man Philip Tower and the Bar courtyard were built in the seventeenth to eighteenth centuries. On the West Wing of the Duke's Palace is the City Hall and on the east there is an art gallery. The good man, Philippele Bon, stands high in the middle of the complex and is named after Philip III, the third generation Duke of Burgundy of the widely beloved Valua Dynasty. Philip Tower opens from 9:00 to 12:00 in late November, 13:45 to 17:30 in late November, 13:30 to 15:30 on Wednesday, and 9:00 to 15:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. Adult tickets are 2.3 Euros, children are free. It's 10 minutes'walk from the railway station.
The Duke's Palace looks very simple outside, the shape is typical of southern France style, that is, Beige stone wall, dark grey roof. The colonnade in the middle still retains the Roman style, and its shape is simple and generous. From the Liberty Square, the part with the Roman pillar on the right is more characteristic of the times. But the shape of the inner courtyard is too simple, not gorgeous, but practical.
The Duke's Palace of Burgundy is located opposite the Freedom Square in the centre of the city. It is a group of well-preserved buildings in Shirong. Among them, the oldest part is the Gothic Duke Palace and the Duke of Burgundy's residence in the 14th and 15th centuries, the Duke's Royal Dining Room in the Bar Courtyard, the Philipple Bundesligand spire and the Bar Courtyard, which are still magnificent in appearance.
The core of the square is the Duke of Burgundy Palace. Because this Duke's Palace, Dijon, in my mind, seems to be a small principality independent of France. In fact, it was almost the same in history. Born in Dijon in ancient Rome, it was the capital of the Principality of Burgundy for hundreds of years, that is, a city-state. It was not until the 15th century that the Kingdom of France finally annexed it.