Palais de Beaulieu

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The historical building of the Palais de Beaulieu.

The Palais de Beaulieu is a convention centre located in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The centre includes the Théâtre de Beaulieu concert, dance and theatre hall and hosted the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest. With more than 1'800 seats, the Théâtre de Beaulieu is the biggest theatre in Switzerland.[1]


In 2015, following the opening of the Swiss Tech Convention Center on the Lausanne campus, the owners and managers of Beaulieu decided to reduce the conference activities (except general assemblies) and to concentrate on trade fairs (such as the Comptoir suisse).[1]


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  1. ^ a b (French) Mathieu Signorell, "Beaulieu lâche les congrès pour les infirmiers après l'échec de Taoua", 24 heures, Saturday 14 February 2015.

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Preceded by
RDS Simmonscourt
Eurovision Song Contest

Succeeded by
Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall

Coordinates: 46°31′43″N 6°37′28″E / 46.5286°N 6.6244°E / 46.5286; 6.6244