Loge du Change
The "Loge du Change" was erected during the XVIth century and was
used by the merchants during the fairs. It
was modified by Jean-Baptiste Roche, according to the plans drawn by the famous Jacques-Germain Soufflot.
During the revolution it was turned into a restaurant. Finally it became a chapel in 1803.
The Thomassins were rich leading citizens and resailers in Lyon . They bought
that house to the
duc of Fuers. In the same house, you could find XIIIth century painted ceilings, and architectural
elements from the XVth, XVIIth and XIXth centuries.