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Poster Lyon


This poster illustrated by Lotza depicts the majestic Fourvière Cathedral in Lyon, dominating the city with its imposing silhouette. The Fourvière Cathedral, also known as the Basilica of Our Lady of Fourvière, is an architectural masterpiece dating from the 19th century. This basilica, located on the Fourvière hill, is an important place of pilgrimage and worship, as well as a popular tourist attraction in the city.

Lyon itself is a historic and cultural French city, located in the Rhone region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. The city is known for its world-renowned cuisine, rich Roman history and silk tradition. Lyon is also a vibrant university city, home to several universities and colleges.

Fourvière Cathedral is an important symbol of Lyon and its rich religious history. Its construction began in 1872 and was completed in 1896. It is neo-Byzantine in style and was built to celebrate the end of a cholera epidemic that struck the city in 1884. The basilica is adorned with gold decorative elements, colorful stained glass windows and mosaics, creating an atmosphere of beauty and inner peace.

With this poster, Lotza captures the essence of Lyon and its famous cathedral, inviting art lovers and travelers alike to discover the rich history and culture of this French city.

The illustration is available in 2 poster sizes: 11.8×15.7in and 19.7×27.5in.

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Each poster is shipped in a cardboard tube, rolled up and protected by bubble wrap.
The frame is not included in the order.


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11.8x15.7in format
Weight : 736.5in
Mat coated paper

19.7x27.5in format
Weight : 652.8in
Mat coated paper

This poster is an original work by Lotza and is printed in Charente, France.

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11.81×15.75inches, 19.69×27.56inches


Metropolitan France



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