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Site néolithique de Chassey le Camp
Archaeologicol site of Chassey le Camp.
The "Camp de Chassey", known under the name of "Camp Romain" lies on a narrow plateau which is bordered by rocky outcrops and strengthened by defense constructions from the bronze age.The excavations from 1865 gave evidence of a neolithic civilisation, coming from the mediterranean area : the "Chasséen".
There are also remnants of a gallo-roman sanctuary.
Guided tour of the site on sundays.

Exposition néolithique de Chassey le Camp
An exhibition of excavated neolithic objects is shown in hotel premises.
But the most important things found in the 19th century are kept in the following museums : Musée Rolin in Autun,
Musée Denon in Châlon sur Saône,
and Musée Régnier in Mont Saint Vincent.
Within an hour's drive from the hotel, you could discover another archaeologicol resort:
. The "Rock of Solutre" ( A 60 Km )

A geological phenomenon, with prehistoric relics,also made famous by former french president François Miterrand who ritually climbed it for about 40 years as a pilgrimage .
Not far away is the village of Chardonnay, which gave its name to one of the most famous grapes used to make Burgundian wine.
Burgundy is dotted with magnificent chateaux and monuments.
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