The Place Benoît-Crépu is a stone-paved square, located in Saint-Georges quarter, on the banks of the Saône (Vieux Lyon), in the 5th arrondissement of Lyon. It has fountains with dolphin heads, many benches and trees and a playground. The place belongs to the area classified as World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
In the thirteenth century the Order of St. Anthony was established here. This square partly absorbed the Rue Pierre-Percée, now called rue Monseigneur Lavarenne.
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