Lyon Ainay, Immeuble du Nouvelliste


Historical Cities

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This building used to house the newspaper "Nouvelliste" which disappeared after the Liberation as it had continued under the German occupation. For over 80 years it was the voice of the bourgeois and Catholic right-wing, in opposition to the “Progress”, a secular and anticlerical newspaper. The premises and printing were at Rue François Dauphin until 1890 but, due to lack of space, new premises were built by Malaval on Rue de la Charité. The decorated facade is interesting and there is a large statue of Joan of Arc.


  • Title: Lyon Ainay, Immeuble du Nouvelliste
  • Creator: Historical-Cities.org
  • External Link: Ainay

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