History of the town of Aignay-le-Duc in Burgundy
Aignay-le-Duc is a French town which is located in the Côte d’Or and the Burgundy region. Its name comes from the Celtic "Ann-iacum" meaning the place of the water source including "ann" is radical in the names of rivers and "anionic" means that the village is close to the shell. It was part of the territory of Lingons. During the revolution of the National Convention, between 1792 and 1795, Aignay-le-Duc was known Aignay-coast-d’Or. Between the years 1891 and 1948, the municipality had paid services of a county road coast linking Dijon Golden Door, Newfoundland and Chatillon.
Tourism and visits Aigny-le-Duc
The common Aigny-le-Duc overflows remarkable sights. Visitors are invited to hiking while visiting the city of flowers. The Tumulus Celtic are interesting for lovers of stories. They include many very old graves, most of which date from the fifth century before Christ. The Church of St. Peter and the church are also sights to see. They were built in the early thirteenth century with renaissance altarpieces and towers were classified as historical monuments Aigny-le-Duc.
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Transfer from Aigny-le-Duc to the Parisian airports
The common Aigny-le-Duc is located 14 miles northwest of Chalons-en-Champagne and 138 km from Paris. It is 264 km from Paris Beauvais airport, 268 km from Orly Airport and 290 km from Charles de Gaulle airport.