Right at the heart of the Burgundy (Bourgogne) region, Beaune is a small but well-known and highly regarded wine town. It is perhaps even more famous architecturally for the elaborate tile roofing of its old Hotel-Dieu. (2011)
The elaborate and colorful tilework atop the old Hotel-Dieu of Beaune soon became a signature design throughout the region.
A view of the old cathedral of Beanue in the heart of the city.
Beaune boasts many vineyards making famous Burgundy wines and the Musee de Vin (wine museum) of Beaune highlights many aspects and changes of the craft in the area.
The famous ‘Last Judgement’ trifold of Beaune’s Hotel-Dieu