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The site of Alésia

n 52 BC, the Gaulish leader Vercingetorix led his last battle against Julius Caesar on the site of Alise-Sainte-Reine in Burgundy. After leading the revolt of the Gaulish tribes against the Roman occupier, the courageous leader of the Arverni, who was waiting for backup which arrived too late, was defeated at Alesia.
Archaeological excavations at this site in Côte-d'Or have unearthed the remains of a Gallo-Roman town that lived on in the oppidum after the Gauls were defeated: a sanctuary, theatre, forum, monument to Ucuetis… This important ancient site, of which only the foundations and buried structures of monuments and homes remain, is now part of the MuséoParc Alésia site, which also includes an interpretation centre devoted to the siege of Alesia. Based in a glazed cylindrical building of 52 metres in diameter, the museum invites you on a fabulous journey through time: dynamic and interactive display areas, scale models, films, multimedia terminals, educational workshops and a games library offer plenty to fascinate children and adults alike. From the plant-covered terrace complete with orientation tables, visitors can also enjoy remarkable views of the siege site.
Two kilometres from the interpretation centre, not far from the remains of the Gallo-Roman town, a gigantic statue of Vercingetorix by the sculptor Aimé Millet stands at the top of Mount Auxois. From up there, you can see stunning views of the surrounding landscape!
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L'orée des Charmes

Hotel restaurant near Dijon