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1 Place des Terreaux
2 Hôtel de ville
3 Opéra National de Lyon
4 Église Saint-Nizier
5 Pont Maréchal-Juin
6 Tour Part-Dieu
7 Passerelle du Palais de Justice
8 Saône
9 Hôtel Dieu de Lyon
10 Cathédrale Saint-Jean
11 Place Bellecour
12 Statue équestre de Louis XIV
13 Pont Bonaparte

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Location: Lyon (Basilique de Fourvière)      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: France      Date: 16 April 2014
Lyon is a city in east-south-eastern France, capital of the Rhône-Alpes region. Lyon is the third largest city in France after Paris and Marseille, but considering the metropolitan area, is second only to the capital.

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Great famous view from the cathedral. Did you go up by funiculaire ?
When I stood at this place I heard locals calling the lonesome building"Le Crayon". I marked another nice building on the Rhône river "Hôtel Dieu de Lyon". VG HJ.
2014/06/01 16:48, Hans-Jürgen Bayer
I am deeply amazed!
2014/06/01 19:49, Christoph Seger
@Hans-Jürgen: Yes, I went up with the funicular. The inhabitants of Lyon call the funicular "Ficelle". The word ficelle literally means "string" in French.
The skyscraper Part-Dieu is called, as you said, "Le Crayon". Just see it to understand why ;-). Also in Italy, in Genoa, there is a skyscraper that is nicknamed "Crayon" ("Matitone" in Italian).
The Basilica of Fourvière is the most famous viewpoint on Lyon.
Thanks for the label.
2014/06/02 17:21, Giuseppe Marzulli
From Athen to Lyon ... Giuseppe's European Tour ;-) ... and always great pictures!!! Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2014/06/03 22:09, Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
A successful and interesting overview.
2014/06/04 22:21, Jörg Braukmann

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