Palais de Rumine was built between 1892 and 1902 after a gift from Gabriel de Rumine, son of Russian princes. It was designed by Lyonnais architect Gaspard André in the Florentine Renaissance style. It is now the home of the  Cantonal and University Library of Lausanne as well as several museums, such as the Musée cantonal de zoologie.
Palais de Rumine - during Lausanne Lumières 2021
Palais de Rumine - during Lausanne Lumières 2021
Palais de Rumine atrium
Palais de Rumine atrium
Palais de Rumine
Palais de Rumine
Palais de Rumine staircase
Palais de Rumine staircase
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