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Eglise Saint-Pierre

Eglise Saint-Pierre in Macon

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In the 19th century, the town of Mâcon thought of building a new church. This is how, according to the plans of the architect Berthier, disciple of Viollet le Duc, the Saint-Pierre church (Eglise Saint-Pierre) was born in the year 1860 in the town hall area. The Romanesque style...
River Saone Lunch Cruise with Cruising Burgundy Fair

The history of Macon

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The city lies on the western bank of the Saône river, between Bresse in the east and the Beaujolais hills in the south. Mâcon is the southernmost city in the department of Saône-et-Loire and the region of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté. It is located 65 kilometres (40 miles) nort...
River Saone Lunch Cruise with Cruising Burgundy Fair

Typical Dishes from Macon

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The snail is, naturally, a symbol of the Macon region. You find it everywhere: fossilized in the rocks, carved on the capitals of the roman masterpieces, or as snail-shaped chocolates for your dessert. Prepared in the traditional way, it will be suggested to you as a first...