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Lyon's neighbourhood : Vaise

This area of Lyon, the heart of the city's 9th District (69009), is today home to many large-scale communication infrastructure projects, office buildings and residences. Your activities have taken you to this neighborhood and you wish to find out more, amazed at the magnitude of the worksites in the area.

A little history will help you understand the circumstances that made this neighborhood what it is and what it will be tomorrow. Small town in the seventeenth century the place was often flooded and he lived mostly on the transit of goods and passengers. The main issues (today Marietton, Bourgogne et rue de Grande Vaise) were gradually invested by all sorts of activities and occupations related to highway inns, artisans wheelwrights, coach, tanners, string ... It is true that Vaise has long been the entry of Lyon from the north. Independent joint, has long refused Vaise guardianship of Lyon and it was only from 1852 that is attached to the 5th District until the 9th District was established on 12 August 1964.

A little further in time, Vaise has not escaped the Gallo-Roman Lyon has made this regional capital of which you may have visited the remains at the bottom of the hill Fourviere. The Gallo-Roman museum of Fourviere states, in particular, the so-called treasure-Lyon Vaise together artefacts from the third century of the Roman Empire, found in 1992 during rescue excavations undertaken in the remains a Gallo-Roman villa near the Saône. More precisely dated according to the currencies involved, the treasure was buried after 258 in fear of barbarian raids, perhaps during the raid of 259.

Closer to home, since the nineteenth century, Vaise is also a place of communication marked by its railway station which was 10 July 1854 until the commissioning of the tunnel Saint Irenaeus to Perrache railway station on 10 October 1856, the original terminal station and trains Chalon-sur-Saône, then Paris. Again, in the late twentieth century, the reconstruction in 1956, the station was destroyed in 1944, the arrival of the subway line D in 1997 have helped make the station a new Vaise facilitating multimodal connections between the train, metro and bus. Meanwhile, operation of the device TEO North Lyon helped to give the neighborhood a new breath. The impetus was given to make Vaise a neighborhood attractive and livable. The proximity of the Saône and north districts of senior Champvert and Saint Rambert and add to the charm of this district.

While immediately after the last war had been settled Vaise number of industrial developments of recent activities to "services" has prompted companies and developers to take over and invest in this area.

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