Once part of Alsace's Haut-Rhin département, Belfort put up 229 days of tenacious resistance to the Prussian siege of 1870-71, thanks to which it managed to remain French after the rest of Alsace was annexed to Germany. Today, the city is neither Alsatian nor Jurassien but rather its own territoire (territory), known for its Vauban-built Citadelle and its role in producing superspeedy TGV trains...
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