The Grand Hôtel-Dieu in Lyon, France is a 19th-century monumental building, located in the heart of the city between the Rhône and Saône rivers. It was originally used as a hospital and a shelter before being completely remodeled in the 1980s to become a shopping center to this day. The hotel is known for its ornate Baroque and Neoclassical architecture and has even been used as the setting for famous movies, like Luc Besson's 1984 classic Subway. Inside, you will find a mix of interesting shopping options, with stores ranging from fashion boutiques to art galleries. You can also enjoy a wide variety of art and design exhibitions inside the hotel. The outdoor terraces of the hotel also provide stunning views of the city skyline and the nearby rivers.
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