Dating back to pre Roman times, the city of Lyon has always been an important trading centre due to its location on the junction of the Rhone and the Saone Rivers. The city boasts one of France's largest squares, the Place Bellecour, and one of Europe's largest renaissance quarters, which is a
UNESCO World Heritage site. Lyon is famous for its extensive network of traboules or ancient passageways, which connected buildings. The Traboule de la cour des Voraces is the best example of this type of architecture.
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