Lausanne, a vibrant city on the northern shores of Lake Geneva in Switzerland, boasts a rich architectural heritage that spans centuries. This blend of historical and modern structures reflects the city's evolution and cultural significance. Among its architectural landmarks is the Lausanne Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture dating back to the 12th century. Lausanne is also home to the Olympic Museum, which highlights the city's connection to the International Olympic Committee. Additionally, the innovative Rolex Learning Center, designed by the Japanese architectural firm SANAA, exemplifies the city’s commitment to cutting-edge architecture and serves as a hub for learning and research at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). The following photo series explore these landmarks, and many more, by sector.
Cathedrale de Lausanne

Center of Lausanne

Flon Ville

Lausanne Flon

Théâtre de Vidy

Ouchy and Vidy

Tour de Sauvabelin

Les hauts de Lausanne

Vaudoise aréna

Ouest Lausannois



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