La Vie à Lyon

Living, learning and loving in Lyon !

Halle Tony Garnier

The Halle Tony Garnier has been on my mind all week ! For our Wednesday art class, Angela and I had to give an ‘artist or engineer’ presentation on Tony Garnier , and on Friday night Stef and I saw The Black Keys there !


Halle Tony Garnier was built in the early 1900s, as a stable / abattoir / meat market in the quartier of La Mouche, which is now known as Gerland. It has been recognised and protected as an historical monument since 1975, and today it’s the third largest concert and exhibition hall in France. It is immense and amazing, especially with the interior metallic frame all lit up !

Bisous !


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