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  1. Citadel of Besançon - Wikipedia

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    The Citadel occupies 11 hectares (27 acres) on Mount Saint-Etienne, one of the seven hills that protect Besançon, the capital of Franche-Comté. Mount Saint-Etienne occupies the neck of an oxbow formed by the river Doubs , giving the site a strategic importance that Julius Caesar recognised as early as 58 BC.

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  2. Besançon - Wikipedia

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    The citadel of Besançon was built by Vauban from 1678 to 1771 and is the most visited site in Franche-Comté with more than 250,000 visitors each year. It extends over eleven hectares at the top of Mont Saint-Étienne at an altitude between 330 and 370 meters, thus overhanging the meander of the Doubs River which has an altitude between 240 ...

  3. Fortifications of Vauban UNESCO World Heritage Sites - Wikipedia

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    Citadel of Besançon. The Citadel of Besançon, in Besançon, Doubs, is considered one of Vauban's finest works of military architecture. The Citadel occupies 11 hectares (27 acres) on Mount Saint-Etienne, one of the seven hills that protect Besançon, the capital of Franche-Comté.

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    • 12 locations in France
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  5. Talk:Citadel of Besançon - Wikipedia

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  6. Besançon Cathedral - Wikipedia

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    Pope Leon IX consecrated the altar in 1050, at which time it stood in St. Stephen's Cathedral, Besançon, which used to stand where part of the fortifications of the Citadel of Besançon now stand. In 1711 it was placed on the cathedral's great altar. Then in 1790 it was built into the wall of the apse.

  7. St. Stephen's Cathedral, Besançon - Wikipedia

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    The St. Stephen's Cathedral (French: Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Besançon) was a Roman Catholic church located in Besançon on the site of the current Citadel of Besançon in Franche-Comté, eastern France.

  8. Besançon receives about 1108 mm (44 inches) of precipitation per year. The wettest month is May (111.4 mm or 4.4 in); the driest is July (80.5 mm or 3.2 in). The highest temperature ever, recorded on 31 July 1983, was 38.8 °C (101.8 °F), and the lowest was a −20.7 °C (−5.3 °F) reached on 1 January 1985.

  9. Citadel of Besançon - Besançon

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    Citadel of Besançon Citadel of the 17th century, designed by the great military engineer Vauban. This remarkably restored fortress contains several zoological attractions, as well as museums...

  10. Timeline of Besançon - Wikipedia

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    1668 - Citadel of Besançon construction begins. 1674 - Siege of Besançon. 1676 - Parlement of Besançon established. 1678 - Besançon becomes part of France per Treaty of Nijmegen. 1694 - Boisot Library-Museum founded. 1749 - Besançon courthouse rebuilt. 1752 - Besançon Academy of Sciences, Humanities and Arts founded.

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