Advocate General Sharpston suggests the Court to reject the appeal of France against the judgment of the Court, with which, the PMOI was removed from the EU’s terrorist list. Lyon in eastern France and capital of the region of Rhones-Alpes is known for its warm atmosphere and way of life, a rich tourist offer in a creative and innovative city that has something for every mood. Many visitors appreciate Lyon in December because of his famous Temple (Fete of des Lumieres). The gastronomic city of par excellence will take you into the world of culinary delights and pleasures. The numerous Lyon chef panels you regional products and culinary specialities on rounded off by numerous great wines of the Rhone Valley. In the heart of the region of Rhones-Alpes Lyon is an attractive cultural and dynamic Centre.
Nearly 100 destinations in 30 countries served by the airport, there are 2 hours to Paris by TGV and 90 min after Marseille Lyon worth including as a day-trip destinations or for a weekend. In addition to exhibitions, music, theatre, dance and literature, the city houses every two years with the BIENNALE DE LYON a special experience of contemporary art, which will take place from September 15 until December 31, 2011, for the eleventh time. Under the title of A terrible beauty is born”curated the Argentinian Victoria Noorthoorn, an exhibition that counts with its innovative concept to a highlight in the international cultural calendar 2011. About 60 artists from all over the world, but mainly out of Europe, Africa and Latin America, are at four different locations (La Sucriere, Bullukian Foundation, Museum of contemporary art, and T.A.S.E.-factory) display their works on 15,000 square meters of exhibition space. In the Centre of the BIENNALE DE LYON is offering visitors and the claim to offer contemporary art for everyone: offerings range from workshops on guided tours or audio guides that enable an independent hiking and walking through the exhibition rooms, to conferences and meetings, the the Exchange with other Immerge.