The Perrache quarter is the southern-most point of the Presqu’Ile, to the south of the Ainay quarter and the UNESCO site. It owes its name to Michel-Antoine Perrache, who decided to modify the confluence and push it southwards.
Last updated date : 29/09/2022
- 69002 Lyon 2ème
Works began on the area between 1809 and 1814 and finished in 1840. Perrache train station is one of the earliest stations in all of France.
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