This is the St-François Church in Lausanne taken from the Lausanne Cathedral at night. From a distance it looks very photogenic. The sharp turrets in gray, are set off against the dark back ground. The church was built way back in 1272, and had been sacked in 1476 as a result of reformation. It was abandoned by the Franciscans in 1536. The upheavals are now gone and today in the night sky it looks like a star.