Shared shuttle transportation to Rue Norvins in Paris
History and visit Street Norvins in Paris
Street Norvins part of the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It is located on the hill of Montmartre. It starts from the Place du Tertre, through the streets Lepic, street des Saules , street de l'Abreuvoir and ends on the street Girardon and Place Marcel Ayme. Its dimensions are 285 m long and 12 m wide. It extends on Avenue Junot. Just as the Rue Saint-Rustique, it kept the image of the ancient village of Montmartre.
A section of the street between the street and the street Girardon and street des Saules was formerly rue des Moulins. That between the Place du Tertre and the street is named Street Trainée . It later took the name of Trenette street. Dating from the seventeenth century, these two portions of streets were merged and took the name Norvins Street in 1868. The origin of the name comes from the Baron Norvins, Jacques Marquet Montbreton who was a French writer and politician. Between 1830 and 1832 he was prefect of the Dordogne and then prefect of the Loire.
The famous house called Folie Sandrin formerly found at No. 22 rue Norvins. It was built by Mr. Sandrin in 1774 on his property in the village of Montmartre. It was sold to a wine merchant in 1795. Acquired by Dr. Prost in 1806, it became a clinic for the mentally ill. The property was resumed by Dr. Esprit Blanche in 1820. He welcomed famous actors and writers among its residents. It remained open for twenty-seven years before being converted into a school.
Transfer to Norvins Street in Paris
Street Norvins is located 29.3 kilometers from Orly Airport, 25 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.4 km from the airport of Beauvais.