Dijon is the capital of 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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  • Location:  , ,
  • Population:  155,000
  • Postal codes:  21000 – 21998 CEDEX
  • IATA airport code:  DIJ
  • Latitude:  47° 19' (47.3167°) north
  • Longitude:  5° 1' (5.0167°) east
  • Elevation:  242 meters (794 feet)
  • Wikidata:  Dijon
  • Wikimedia Commons:  Dijon

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Arabic:  ديجون Armenian:  Դիժոն Arpitan:  Dij·on Belarusian:  Горад Дыжон Bulgarian:  Дижон Chechen:  Дижон Chinese:  第戎 Georgian:  დიჟონი 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 Russian:  Дижон Serbian:  Дижон Thai:  ดีฌง Tibetan:  དི་ཇཱོན། Ukrainian:  Діжон Urdu:  دیجون Veps:  Dižon Western Panjabi:  ڈیجون FRDIJ

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