History of the town of Montbard in Burgundy
The town of Montbard is in the Côte d’Or region and Bougogne. Montbard was inhabited by Gauls in the time of the Druids. To the year 1231, Montbard was accepted as common Duke Hugh IV of Burgundy. The decision to Raymond Poincaré in 1926, was designated as Montbard instead prefecture sub-prefectures Châtillo-sur-Seine and Semur-en-Auxois. Polish armored brigade of General Maczek put the defeated Germans near Montbard, but soon after, the brigade was surrounded and the General gave the order to destroy weapons and disperse men.
Tourism and visit Montbard in Burgundy
Being a place of flowers, Montbard encourages visitors to hiking. It overflows also very remarkable sights. Castle Montbard part of Historic Places in Montbard like the museum website Buffon. The museum website Buffon is composed of three places to explore, including: Buffon Park and the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum as Buffon. Located in the park, the church of Saint-Urse is very interesting and do not miss the small Fontenet is a former residence of the Abbot of the Abbey of Fontenay.
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Transfer from Montbard in Burgundy to Paris airports
Montbard is located 61 km south-east of Auxerre and 203 km from Paris. It is about 260 km from Orly airport, 292 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 358 km from Paris Beauvais airport.