Côte d'Or
geographical name range of hills E France SW of Dijon

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Côte d'Or — Côte d Or, meaning Golden Coast may refer to: Côte d Or French department Gold Coast, part of the coast of the West African Gulf of Guinea Côte d Or (brand) Belgian chocolate brand owned by Kraft Foods Côte d Or (escarpment) Geographical feature… …   Wikipedia

  • Côte-d'Or — For other uses, see Côte d Or (disambiguation). Côte d Or   Department   …   Wikipedia

  • Côte-d’Or (Begriffsklärung) — Côte d’Or (deutsch Goldküste) bezeichnet Côte d’Or, Französisches Department Côte d Or (Geologie) Region in Burgund Côte d’Or (Schokolade) Belgien Siehe auch: Goldküste …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Côte d'Or (brand) — The logo from Côte d Or Côte d Or is a producer of Belgian chocolate, owned by Kraft Foods. Côte d Or was founded in 1883 by Charles Neuhaus,[1] a chocolate manufacturer who used the name Côte d Or (French for Gold Coast) referring to the old… …   Wikipedia

  • Côte d'Or (escarpment) — For the wines and villages of the area, see Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune. The scarp at Fixin, near Dijon …   Wikipedia

  • Côte d’Or (Schokolade) — Logo der eingetragenen Bild /Wortmarke Côte d’Or ist eine belgische Schokoladenmarke. Der belgische Confisier Charles Neuhaus ließ die Marke 1883 eintragen. Jährlich werden in Belgien rund 600 Millionen Côte d’Or Produkte konsumiert.[1] …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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