A boy from Lyon
A girl from Lyon
Hearty traditional morning meal
Fried pork fat in pieces
In Lyon, we don’t order a pitcher but a pot. Old measure of wine
Pure pork sausage stuffed in a pink pork gut.
A “mère lyonnaise”
Women who at the time cooked for the great bourgeois families of Lyon and who then emancipated themselves to set up their own business and offer traditional cuisine
Probably the basis of Lyonese speech!
The “Y” is found almost everywhere in Lyon and replaces an impersonal pronoun “the”.
“On y fait vraiment bien à manger au Café des Fédés !”
“Donnes-y donc le plat que je goute aussi !”
A Lyon silk weaver
A Lyon funfair
The funicular that goes up to Fourvière
Pedestrian crossing which allows you to go from one street to another in the neighborhoods
Small drinks kiosks installed in squares, quays or in the Tête d’Or park
The “colline qui prie” (hill that pray)
The Fourvière district, the emblematic basilica of Lyon, the nerve center of all religious activity in Lyon
The “colline qui travaille” (hill that works)
The Croix Rousse district was once a center of the silk industry. It is covered with canut buildings which accommodated a population of working people from Lyon throughout the 19th century.