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Lyon, place Bellecour
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Cette place se trouve aujourd'hui dans le deuxième arrondissement de la ville, entre la Saône et le Rhône. De la place Bellecour partent trois artères majeures de la presqu'île de Lyon, dont deux piétonnes : la rue de la République, menant à l'Hôtel de Ville et à l'opéra, la rue Victor Hugo, qui mène à Perrache, et la rue du Président Édouard Herriot, où se concentrent les enseignes de luxe et qui mène à la place des Terreaux. Le quartier du Vieux Lyon et de la cathédrale Saint-Jean se situent en face par rapport à la Saône. La place Bellecour constitue le point kilométrique 0 de Lyon : toutes les distances sont comptées à partir de ce point.

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