Sister cities of Die, Drôme
Die (French pronunciation: [di]; Occitan: Diá [ˈdjɔ]) is a commune, former episcopal see, and subprefecture of the Drôme department in southeastern France. The region around Die is known as the Diois.
Die is best known for the Clairette de Die, a sparkling wine. It was a county in the High Middle Ages. It was once the site of a Roman Catholic diocese and its cathedral remains.
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