Lyon pentes Croix-Rousse, Salle Rameau


Historical Cities

Historical Cities

The Rameau hall was built in 1907-1908 by the architects François Clermont and Eugène Riboud. It was one of the first concert halls built in France for symphonic music with a capacity of 1535 places. It is decorated with mosaics, sculptures, flower motifs and has a coat of arms and a motto on its facade. It is still a theatre.


  • Title: Lyon pentes Croix-Rousse, Salle Rameau
  • Creator: Historical-Cities.org
  • External Link: La Salle Rameau

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