The long history of Lyons, which was founded by the Romans in the 1st century B.C. as the capital of the Three Gauls and has ... More
Historic Site of Lyons
The long history of Lyons, which was founded by the Romans in the 1st century B.C. as the capital of the Three Gauls and has continued to play a major role in Europe's political, cultural and economic development ever since, is vividly illustrated by its urban fabric and the many fine historic buildings from all periods.
The Croix Rousse is an area famous for its stairways, bistros and gardens hidden among the buildings, former silk workshops
and its passages known as Traboules de la Croix Rousse. On every street, you will see lots of different ...
Musee Historique de Lyon is located in one of the most prestigious Renaissance buildings in old Lyon. Constructed at the
start of the 16th century by the son of a spice seller, it was turned into the museum in ...
Located approximately 10 miles south of Boston, the Adams National Historic Site is the former home of John Adams, America's
second President, and his son John Quincy Adams, America's sixth President. The house features all of the original furnishings ...