The Exchange Education is a very ordinary building sleeping in the old town. This church has a very novel structure, and it is also an old exchange. The church door is not big, and the whole institution is very compact. The tables and chairs inside. It is also a wooden body.
One of the birthplaces of European capital markets is of historical significance.
The original site of the Exchange Church was the Lyon Stock Exchange in France. Simple and elegant, the two big clocks on the top floor are accurate. The Lyon Exchange, founded in the mid-seventeenth century, is one of the early stock markets in the world. Reconstruction in the eighteenth century, stock trading was abolished during the French Revolution, and the exchange became a civilian hotel. It was changed to a Protestant church in the 19th century. In addition to religious ceremonies, the Exchange Church also hosts various concerts. Get off at Vieux Lyon Station on Metro Line D.
The Bourse Church was originally the stock exchange in Lyon, France. It was abandoned during the French Revolution. It was used as an inn for some time and became a Protestant church in 1803. Concerts are often held here.
Yi is next to the Puppet Museum. It is open for free when there are no concerts. It is now a church and many people worship during the day.