Shuttle transfer from Orly to rue Rue Sainte-Anastase à Paris
History and visit the Rue Sainte Anastase in Paris
Rue Sainte Anastase starts at rue de Turenne to finish the street Thorigny. The highway the 3rd arrondissement of Paris lies halfway between two places: the Place des Vosges and Place de la République. The length of this road is 108 meters and its width set by a ministerial decision of 13 Fructidor VII, 8 meters.
In March 1835, following the publication of a royal decree, the width of the rue Sainte Anastase was increased to 10 meters. This street was named after the religious community of the Hospitallers of Saint-Gervais said St. Anastasius. The term "Anastase" was derived from the Greek "Anastasis" meaning resurrection. These were known for their religious cultures.
The street retains its memory the history of several famous people important. Louis de Coulanges died at No. 14 in 1675. Georges Dudach who was shot in 1942 lived at No. 10. The Communist resistant Durracq Henry remained at No. 3 and No. 1 is found a house that belonged successively Liberal Sparrow, and Rollot Dupille Jacques. The famous harpsichord, composer and organist François Couperin also disposed of a dwelling at No. 22.
Metro Station Saint-Sébastien-Froissart serves the site where the rue Sainte Anastase. Sainte-Anastase like the other streets of Paris also breathes modernity. Its large buildings, dark at sunset, shine splendor at dawn and become centers of interest for tourists looking for an authentic street of Paris.
Transfer to the rue Sainte Anastase in Paris Rue Sainte Anastase is located 18.1 km from Orly airport, 27.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.9 km from Paris Beauvais airport.