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Safeguarding a regional heritage
In 2015, the “Climats de Bourgogne” became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The “Côte de Beaune” and “Côte de Nuits” stretching over a strip of 37 miles (60 km) following a large geological fault as well as the cities of Dijon and Beaune were highlighted. The two towns constitute the historical, political, economic, and cultural centers of Burgundy. The Palais des Ducs de Bourgogne and the Hospices de Beaune are intimately linked to the culture of the vine. The registration on the UNESCO list is intended as a vector of transmission to the younger generations for the safeguarding of a heritage. It concurs with the aim of the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin of the Clos de Vougeot castle.
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