From 26 to 28 June 1944, the population of Dun-les-Places suffered three days of horror. Around 3,000 German soldiers occupied the village and massacred part of its population, before looting and burning down a number of houses. Dun-les-Places is the martyr village in Burgundy most deeply affected during the Second World War. Soon to discover the memorial of Dun-les-Places about the inhumanity and the memory of these events.
Longitude: 4° 0' 57.701" E