History and visit the Rue du Plat-d'Etain in Paris
The rue du Plat-d'Etain located in the district of Paris I joined the street Lavandières holy-Opportune, which was renamed in 1912 rue Edouard Colonne, the street unloaders. She was baptized in the rue Raoul time Lavenier a name that dates from the fifteenth century. It inherits its name from a sign installed on a monastery of Notre-Dame-des-Bois, which no longer exists today.
In the vicinity of the abbey was the Hotel du Plat-d'Etain where the nun Agnes lived Desjardins in 1436. The arrangement of this street was very special because it is born of the corporation at No. 1, a habitat of the sixteenth century whose bungalow was occupied by a time bar, and No. 11qui coincides perfectly to the place where the office Drapers in 1183. It is well known that regulars known at the court of King such as Marmontel, Diderot and Alembert, writers who go there and have deposited their marks in French history.
A façade has been moved to Carnavalet and to be exposed to rare book from the revolt of the French in 1789. A museum of the third district, more precisely in the Marais district, is especially devoted to the origins of the city of Paris until today. There are also all kinds of art. These storefronts were built in 1650 and inspired by Boffrand drawings Liberal Sparrow.
Transfers from the Rue du Plat-d'Etain to Paris airports Rue du Plat-d'Etain is located 21 km from Orly airport, 29.8 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 91 km from Beauvais Airport.