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HOSPICE DE BEAUNE, BURGUNDY, FRANCE~ In 1443, near the end of the Hundred Years War, the chancellor of Beaune, under Philippe the Good, founded a hospital for unfortunates and started a religious order to tend to the sick. The hospital sat at the crossroads of a wine producing region, it wasn't long before the sisters healed a few local vintners who, in gratitude for their return to health, handed over hunks of their vineyards. By 1859, the sales were formalized into an annual auction.

HOSPICE DE BEAUNE, BURGUNDY, FRANCE~ In 1443, near the end of the Hundred Years War, the chancellor of Beaune, under Philippe the Good, founded a hospital for unfortunates and started a religious order to tend to the sick. The hospital sat at the crossroads of a wine producing region, it wasn't long before the sisters healed a few local vintners who, in gratitude for their return to health, handed over hunks of their vineyards. By 1859, the sales were formalized into an annual auction.

Château de Corton André © André Keil

Château de Corton André © André Keil

Beaune: Apothicairerie de l'Hôtel-Dieu (Hospices de Beaune) - France-Voyage.com

Beaune: Apothicairerie de l'Hôtel-Dieu (Hospices de Beaune) - France-Voyage.com

Château de Savigny-lès-Beaune - Bourgogne dominates a magnificent property of 12 hectares, crossed by a river that originally fed the moat of the ancient fortress.Built in 1340 for Duke Odo by John Frolois, Marshal of Burgundy, it was dismantled in 1478 as punishment for what the Lord had sided with Mary of Burgundy against Louis XI, though keeping the crows still visible on the battlements two rounds.

Château de Savigny-lès-Beaune - Bourgogne dominates a magnificent property of 12 hectares, crossed by a river that originally fed the moat of the ancient fortress.Built in 1340 for Duke Odo by John Frolois, Marshal of Burgundy, it was dismantled in 1478 as punishment for what the Lord had sided with Mary of Burgundy against Louis XI, though keeping the crows still visible on the battlements two rounds.

BOURGOGNE | HOSPICES DE BEAUNE ■ C'est en 1443, à la fin de la guerre de Cent Ans, après avoir hésité entre Autun et Beaune, que Nicolas Rolin, richissime chancelier du duc Philippe III de Bourgogne (Philippe le Bon, souverain de l'État bourguignon), et son épouse Guigone de Salins fondent les hospices de Beaune, un Hôtel-Dieu richement doté

BOURGOGNE | HOSPICES DE BEAUNE ■ C'est en 1443, à la fin de la guerre de Cent Ans, après avoir hésité entre Autun et Beaune, que Nicolas Rolin, richissime chancelier du duc Philippe III de Bourgogne (Philippe le Bon, souverain de l'État bourguignon), et son épouse Guigone de Salins fondent les hospices de Beaune, un Hôtel-Dieu richement doté

Montreur d'images : Le château du Clos de Vougeot. Bourgogne.

Montreur d'images : Le château du Clos de Vougeot. Bourgogne.

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