Mémorial National de la Prison de Montluc, in Lyon, France, is an important historical reflection on the experience of incarceration during the Nazi Occupation of France during World War II. The memorial and the walls of the prison are a testament to the extraordinary tenacity and courage of captive resistance fighters and political prisoners who stood firm against oppression. Visitors can visit the different sections of the memorial, which include cells, interrogation rooms, exhibition galleries and a commemorative courtyard. The guided tours, run by experienced guides, provide an educational and emotive experience, as they recount the stories of the prisoners and cri de cœur (‘heart-cry’ in French) that they once shouted behind the prison walls.
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