The rue de Turenne, located in the heart of the swamp, it happens to be one of the most regular streets of Paris. 1130 meters long, this beautiful street based on a portion of the garden Tournelles. The final route was opened after the publication of four royal decrees in November 1694, December 1696, July 1698 and February 1701.
The construction of this road back to the 17th century and is the result of the union between the old rue Saint-Louis and the street sewer. The portion of St. Louis Street was so named because it leads to the Porte de Saint-Louis. The reunification of the street from the Sewer and St. Louis took place in 1895. In the 17th century, rue de Turenne was known for its large and beautiful hotels, properties of the high nobility.
Currently, rue de Turenne remains as a historical gem to Paris with his remarkably preserved old buildings like the Hotel Gourgues to No. 52/54 17th century, the former Hotel Joyeuse once welcomed the famous Honoré de Balzac in n 37 and 39 or the magnificent Hôtel Colbert Villacerf. This last building that belonged to Edouard Colbert Villacerf, especially surprised by its facade soberly decorated.
The rue de Turenne can also be considered as a cradle of art shy. Indeed, there are still some attractive artistic masterpieces that have stood the test of time as the Fontaine de Joyeuse or the statue of the Virgin Mary and the Child Jesus in the corner of the rue de Turenne , currently under restoration.
Transfer to the rue de Turenne in Paris Rue de Tourenne is 18 km from Orly airport, 27.4 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.8 km from Paris Beauvais airport.