Basilique St-Martin-d'Ainay
Place d'Ainay, 69002 Lyon Driving directions
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Dedicated by Pope Pascal II in 1107, this basilica, a major example of Lyon's Romanesque style, has been transformed on numerous occasions. The bell tower-porch, finished by a pyramid that is framed by some bizarre acroters, has a distinctive shape. Inside there are some fine historiated Romanesque capitals. Ste-Blandine chapel is purported to have housed the remains of the martyrs of 177.


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