Lyons is proud of its heritage and has 24 museums. The Textile Museum displaying the history of silk in the former Villeroi Palace (built in 1730). The Church of Our Lady of Fourviere affords the best view of the city. Not far away are the Roman excavations (temple, theater and remains of the trading center). In the heart of Lyons is the Cathedral of Saint John with an interesting astronomical clock from the 14th century. In the area of Merciere Saint Antoine is the Church of Saint Nizier, built on the remains of an early Christian Basilica.
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The third officer went up to him and introduced himself: I’m the new third mate, Clive Ballam, and this is my wife Claire. These are the two new deck apes gesturing at us. That’s the new second mate and his wife coming along the flying bridge, with the new sparks. There’s two senior apes somewhere. The mean-looking man looked at him. He didn’t introduce himself. The third mate’s on deck: you better get down there and relieve him; he wants to go home. He’s been on here nine months; he was told he would only be away for four. His fiance’s left him, poor bugger He turned to the third officer’s wife: Hello Claire, I’m John, the chief officer He gave her a short smile. She gave a quick nervous grin back.