Car service from Samaritaine shopping mall to Charles de Gaulle airport


History and visit the Samaritan woman in Paris
The Samaritan woman was a store of exceptional dimension. It lies between the Rue de Rivoli and the Seine in the 1st arrondissement of the French capital. It was founded in 1870 by Ernest Cognac. It is placed at the Pont-Neuf. It closed in 2005 and the building is being rebuilt. It is served by the metro station Pont-Neuf.
The Samaritan had the store as area 48,000 square meters. He was considered the largest store in the Paris city. His slogan was "found all the Samaritan woman." The main store of the institution is registered under the monument. Stores the facility were designed by the architect Frantz Jourdain and Henri Sauvage in art nouveau and art deco style. The name of the store was in reference to a water pump that was on the Pont-Neuf. This water pump during the reign of Henry IV and was designed by the Flemish Jean Lintlaër. It was the first water elevator in the city of Paris. Reconstruction works were carried out on the pump by Robert de Cotte, and Gabriel and Soufflot. It was decorated by the representation of the encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman and crowned by a clock and a carillon.
Shop Ernest Cognac was on the balcony of the new bridge before founding the Samaritan. This shop was abolished in 1813. He then rented the room next to a coffee from the March 21, 1870 and baptized his shop "At the Samaritan." The store knew a successive development from 48 square meters to a hundred square meters. Its growth has given rise to great shopping "the Samaritan" in 1900. The store was based methods Bon Marché putting in each department independent officials. It widens gradually by acquisition of nearby buildings. The buildings have been transformed by the architect Frantz Jourdain between 1883 and 1933. The work involved in transforming residential buildings in store. The facades of buildings are generally preserved while some buildings had to be redone. Floors selected by Frantz Jourdain for buildings consist of glass tiles and metal beams. The Samaritan luxury is built on the Boulevard des Capucines for wealthy clients. Stores had considerable warehouses were on the dock Celestine, rue de Bercy, Rue Saint-Jacques and boulevard Morland.
After the death of Ernest Cognac and his wife, the store management is performed by his nephew Gabriel Cognac and Georges Renand. It was in 1970 that the success of the brand begins to decrease. It is then sold to LVMH. The size of the store declined. A project from 2008 provides for the transformation of places in the office and hotel open onto the Seine, commerce and social housing. The reopening of the premises is scheduled for 2015 and to create around 2,200 jobs. The work is estimated at 400 million euros and are made by the Japanese agency SANA. The film "The Scapegoat" was filmed in the facility in 2012 for release in 2013.
Transfer to the Samaritan woman in Paris
The Samaritan is located at a distance of 21 km from Orly airport, 28 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87 km from the airport of Beauvais.

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