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Dijon

Dijon is the largest city in the eastern region of . Dijon is perhaps best known for its mustard, which is no longer produced locally, but it is still one of the most beautiful cities in France, and its historic buildings and byways were not heavily damaged by bombing in World War Two and are largely intact.
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Dijon

  • Location: , ,
  • Population: 159,000
  • Postal code: 21000
  • IATA airport code: DIJ
  • United Nations Location Code: FR DIJ
  • Latitude: 47.3167° or 47° 19' north
  • Longitude: 5.0167° or 5° 1' east
  • Elevation: 242 meters (794 feet)
  • GeoNames ID: 3021372

Other Names for Dijon

  • Arabic: ديجون
  • Armenian: Դիժոն
  • Arpitan: Dij·on
  • Belarusian: Дыжон
  • Bulgarian: Дижон
  • Chechen: Дижон
  • Chinese: 第戎
  • French: Dijon
  • Georgian: დიჟონი
  • German: Dijon
  • Greek: Ντιζόν
  • Hebrew: דיזון
  • Hindi: दीजों
  • Italian: Digione
  • Japanese: ディジョン
  • Kazakh: Дижон
  • Korean: 디종
  • Latin: Divio
  • Latin: Diviodunum
  • Latvian: Dižona
  • Lithuanian: Dižonas
  • Lombard: Digion
  • Macedonian: Дижон
  • Marathi: दिजाँ
  • Mazanderani: دیژون
  • Persian: دیژون
  • Piemontese: Digion
  • Portuguese: Dijon
  • Russian: Дижон
  • Serbian: Дижон
  • Spanish: Dijon
  • Thai: ดีฌง
  • Tibetan: དི་ཇཱོན།
  • Ukrainian: Діжон
  • Urdu: دیجون
  • Veps: Dižon
  • Western Panjabi: ڈیجون

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