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Lyon 7th

Lyon's 7th district

The team's favorites

  • Tony Garnier concert hall
  • Gerland stadium
  • Close to the bank of the Rhône
  • Jean Macé's library
  • Jean Macé's train station
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The southernmost district on the left bank of the Rhône, Lyon's 7th District (69007) lies between the Guillotière neighborhood at the edge of the 3rd District and Gerland area, with its park, stadium and the river port of Lyon. Crossed by railroads running from southern France towards Perrache and Part-Dieu, this area was originally dedicated to industry and transport, as well as military installations with the Quartier Général Frère on the banks of the Rhône and the Sergeant Blandan barracks, soon to be turned into a park. Another highlight is the Etablissement Régional du Matériel, further east and closer to the 8th District.

The buildings of the University of Lyon are now on the edge of the Rhone near the bridge of the University, live in the footsteps of the university of Lyon. Still in service with some of the activities of the universities of Lyon 2 and Lyon 3 buildings with the appearance marked by a stamp of time, however, have lost their role as the University of Lyon for the benefit of many other settlements in Lyon or in the nearby towns of Bron and Villeurbanne.

The Gerland area is now complete renewal of activities with a dedicated area, once again, the university life with the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris and decentralized a center specializing in scientific biology, Biopôle Lyon Gerland, and from largely locations of laboratories conducted by Dr. Charles et Christophe Mérieux, historical figures of biological research in Lyon.

Gerland Stadium is, it again to mark the Lyon football and allow the famous Lyon team to receive its challengers ... before, in the near future but no date so far, to move away from the city. Finally, the arts and entertainment are represented by the Halle Tony Garnier, room capable of accommodating large events attracting many spectators. This theater was built in 1905 decided by Edouard Herriot and realized by the architect Tony Garnier market livestock slaughterhouses. Quickly turned into ammunition manufacturing plant and weapons because of the war of 1914-1918 is finally in 1928 that was inaugurated on the cattle market and slaughterhouse. Finally it was in 1988 that the transformation and restoration of the hall was decided and carried out into the theater we know today.

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