世界遺産-World Heritage- 国や民族をこえて、人類が共有すべき普遍的な価値をもつ遺産を分別して紹介。

ブルゴーニュのブドウ畑のクリマ(The Climats, terroirs of Burgundy)

Hôtel-Dieu de Beaune - Rue de l'Hôtel Dieu, Beaune - clock
Route des Grands Crus - Vougeot - Château du Clos de Vougeot
Route des Grands Crus - Gevrey-Chambertin to Morey-Saint-Denis
Route des Grands Crus - Gevrey-Chambertin - Eglise Saint Aignan
Route des Grands Crus - Vougeot - Château du Clos de Vougeot
Église Notre-Dame de Dijon - Place Notre Dame, Dijon - Jacquemart
Route des Grands Crus - Couchey - electricity pylons
Route des Grands Crus - Route de Dijon - sign
Edmond Fallot La Moutarderie - Rue de la Chouette, Dijon
Mercure Beaune Centre - Hôtel-Dieu and Notre-Dame Church
Route des Grands Crus - Couchey towards Fixin
Route des Grands Crus - Couchey towards Fixin
Rue de la Préfecture, Dijon
Place Monge, Beaune - Tour de l'horloge de Beaune
Vannier Patissier Chocolatier - Rue François Rude, Dijon - ice cream sculpture
Basilique Notre-Dame de Beaune
Mercure Beaune Centre - Hôtel-Dieu
Place Monge, Beaune - Tour de l'horloge de Beaune
Route des Grands Crus - close to Beaune - Route de Dijon - BMW SAVY Beaune
Route des Grands Crus - Fixin - St Martin's Church of Fixin
Hôtel Aubriot - 40 Rue des Forges, Dijon - colourful tiled roof

国名:fr France

登録年:2015年

登録基準:(iii),(v)
<span>The climates are precisely delimited vineyard parcels on the slopes of the Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune south of the city of Dijon. They differ from one another due to specific natural conditions (geology and exposure) as well as vine types and have been shaped by human cultivation. Over time they came to be recognized by the wine they produce. This cultural landscape consists of two parts. Firstly, the vineyards and associated production units including villages and the town of Beaune, which together represent the commercial dimension of the production system. The second part includes the historic centre of Dijon, which embodies the political regulatory impetus that gave birth to the </span><em>climats</em><span>system. The site is an outstanding example of grape cultivation and wine production developed since the High Middle Ages.</span>

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