The Church of Notre Dame of Fuvier stands on Mount Fuvier. Its shape is similar to that of the castle. It is 66 meters long, 19 meters wide and 27 meters high. Now we can see that the Church of Notre Dame was expanded in 1872. It was designed and built by architect Pierre Posse from 1872 to 1884. It has an interesting nickname "Inverted Elephant" and refers to its eclecticism at the end of the 19th century. This church combines the Byzantine and medieval styles and has a variety of complex and beautiful sculptures. The church consists of two blunt serrated towers, the left representing power and the right representing justice. The stone of the church was transported from Italy, and the carvings were made by Italians. Notre Dame Church of Lyon is regarded as a symbol of Lyon and one of Lyon's famous buildings. From 1168 to 1170, a chapel was built to honor the Virgin Mary. After that, the chapel was demolished, rebuilt and expanded. In 1870, when the church was built during the Franco-Prussian War, the Archbishop of Lyon made a wish to Catholics that if the Virgin Mary could manifest herself from the destruction of the Prussian army, she would be extended to thank the Virgin Mary. The prayers of the people of Lyon were eventually fulfilled, and the church has since become the symbol of the Virgin Mary, the guardian of the city of Lyon. Mount Fuvier is the cradle of Lyon and the birthplace of Christianity in Lyon, so it is also called the Mountain of Prayer. Lyon's Hanukkah is also closely linked to this mountain. It has a Baroque Notre Dame church built in the 19th century, as well as an ancient Roman arena and a Roman Gallic Museum. Standing on the hill, the city has a great view. The tallest building is called the Pencil Tower by the local people. The opposite hill is Croix-Rousse, a hillside where textile workers gathered in the past, also known as Textile Hill. From here, you can also see the peninsula, the area, which converges between the two rivers. Of course, the evening is also a good place to enjoy the night scenery.
Take the subway to the old city of Lyon, and then come to the foot of Mount Fuvier. On the hill stands the Notre Dame Church in the Baroque style built in the 19th century. There are also ruins of the ancient Roman open-air theatre and the Museum of Gaul and Rome. It is suggested to take a Funiculaire to go up the mountain. Two cable cars (F1 and F2) are connected to the subway, so it is very convenient to transfer. F2 can go directly to the Notre Dame church on the hill, or take F1 to the ancient Roman theatre first, and then climb the hill to the Notre Dame church on its own, which is not too tired. After visiting the cathedral, the whole city of Lyon can be viewed from the platform behind the cathedral. The area of Thorn, the Rhone River and the Peninsula is clearly visible. If you have time on your return journey, you are advised to walk down the mountain and enjoy the scenery along the way. Notre Dame's Church is more spectacular from below.
Walking 30,000 steps, mural walls, ancient Roman theatres, European cities saw more than the same, the old city church across the river, but climbing to Mount Fuvier overlooking the city and downhill cable car solid let me click a moment to miss the top of Taiping Mountain and Tsimshatsui. It is the time you wasted for your rose that makes it so important.
Sunday morning, Lyon go to the market. It's delicious, seafood rice, sashimi, and Lyon's unique pig launching. I can't pull out my legs when I see French Hand-kneaded black bread! The aroma of flour baking is so good that it's too cheap. It's a dollar. The smallest face value of domestic banks is 50. I can't find it. I sweat in a hurry!
Mount Fuvier is the cradle of Lyon and the birthplace of Christianity in Lyon, so it is also called the Mountain of Prayer. Lyon's Hanukkah is also closely related to this mountain. Standing on the terrace in front of Notre Dame on the hill, overlooking Lyon is the best place to see the whole city, and at the same time it is the best place to see the night scene.
A one-day tour of Lyon took a cable car to Mount Fuvier, the birthplace of Christianity in Lyon, overlooking the panoramic view of the beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral of Fuvier on the hill and the ancient Roman arena on the other side. Then take a cruise ship from the Thorn River to the confluence area with the Rhone River to get a glimpse of the old and new urban scenery on both sides.
Fuvier Hill is the highland of Lyon City. On the top of the hill is the famous Fuvier Cathedral. It is very magnificent. Lyons like to climb Mount Fulviye very much. Standing on the platform on the top of the mountain, they can overlook the whole old and new city of Lyon. They have a wide view and fresh air. It is worth climbing.
Then the potato is said to be more suitable than not, because it really falls in this birthplace, because all the people who do not live on this computer are, well, rich people are more, well, the main culture here is what bakery is hosted by the Culture Committee of Russian teachers. All kinds of computers are older, culturally and well-dressed. Then it's very quiet, churches and other special things, and tourists still live on it a little more inconvenient, because this one here, is it a slope? So, there are still many inconvenient places, but generally speaking, this area feels very good, so I suggest you take a look and enjoy the scenery here.
We bought Lyon's Metro ticket, and we can ride this side of the mountain and downhill cable car for free. Climbing to the top of the hill is Notre Dame Church. There is also a university nearby, as well as the ancient Roman theatre! _________ It's very spectacular. There are also many specialty shops on the hillside and downhill. You can walk, look, and browse. It's very pleasant. As an important industrial area in France before, it is one of the most frequent places in the history of the famous workers'movement! __________ It witnesses the rise and development of France. Although the economy is not as good as before, freedom is relatively loose. But all of them radiate the romance of France!
Mount Fuvier is more visible than imagination. It happens to encounter churches that people married and thought they had seen more than anything else. But it still feels that the church on Mount Fuvier is very unique. Looking down from this road, it feels that the whole city is filled with a kind of literature and art lost in Paris, and embraces the arrival of summer warmly with both arms.