Coligny is a tiny village but its like almost all of the small towns in France, very complete. Its church, which is rather large, is pretty cool, it also has a hotel (former family mansion Coligny, which gave name to this village). Its narrow streets, wide windows to let in sunlight and very, very many details, "typical" in this country. The bar where I ate in the last photo, clean and cheap with a typical French kitchenette. The beer, amazing, our old "Eagle" now "Amstel". Coligny is known in France for a calendar "lunisolar" that according to the data of the second century villagers nothing more and nothing less. Some expert archaeologist maintain the theory that this was built by Druids Gauls and some said, "Of course, who else!" others thought "how much Asterix fever people have around here".