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Argilly


During a long time, Argilly was the center of one of largest and richest bungundian lordship. Argilly take its origin in gallo-roma period : there was the largest house in the region (240 m * 130 m) along the large roman way Beaune-Dijon.  Commercial stop where a miracle took place in 858, it kept the tradition to the point of tempting the attention of Dukes of Burgundy.


These hunting house became, in XIIth century as castle with 14 towers, administrative headquarter for all the region (among Nuits). François 1st took an edict there in 1547. Demolished in march 1590, it has never been rebuilt.
In tileries of Argilly were made enamelled coblestones used in Cîteaux, Gilly, Commarin and Chateauneuf.

Butte féodale du Château d'Antilly - Argilly

Argilly
Butte féodale du Château d'Antilly - Argilly

Butte féodale du Château d'Antilly - Argilly


Eglise de l'Assomption - Argilly

Argilly
Eglise de l'Assomption - Argilly
The church of Argilly is the last historical monument of Argilly still existed. At first it was a chapel which has been extended. The actual front ...

Eglise de l'Assomption - Argilly


Ferme Fortifiée - Argilly

Argilly
Ferme Fortifiée - Argilly
In XVIth century, as religious buildings, mills, bridges, and houses, farms were also protected.Buildings are brought together and are opened on a ...

Ferme Fortifiée - Argilly


By mail
Argilly
Mairie
1, rue de la Cure
21700 - Argilly

By phone
Phone: +33 (0)3 80 62 50 01

By web
E-mail: mairie.argilly@orange.fr
Website: www.argilly.fr

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