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Blanzy Travel guide
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A coal-mining town, on the banks of the Centre Canal. The coal mines, opened in 1860, were joined by numerous other industries: plastics, plumbing accessories, pipes, construction materials and tyres. Blanzy is now part of the Creusot-Montceau-les-Mines urban complex.
Tourist attractions Blanzy : Things to see and do
34 musée de la Mine F - 71450 Blanzy
A 22m-high pithead marks out the St-Claude mine, today forming part of the Creusot-Montceau Ecomuseum . Operational from 1857 to 1881, this 30m-deep shaft offers an unusual opportunity to get acquainted with the region’s mining heritage.
33 rte de Mâcon F - 71450 Blanzy
Poached eggs in red wine, Burgundy snails: diners come here for traditional classics. The chef creates generous and tasty cuisine, giving pride of place to regional produce. In summer, diners can laze on the terrace with views over the water.