Transfer from rue Prêtres-Saint-Séverin to Paris airports
History and visit the Rue Saint-Priest-Séverin in Paris
Street of Priests St. Severin, which is located in the Ve arrondissement of Paris, has its source in the rue Saint-Séverin leading to the street by extending the Parcheminerie Boutebrie street. This street has undergone many name changes as well as structural changes since its inception in the early thirteenth century.
In 1244, she took the name of the street in front of or near Saint Severin. A few years later, or more precisely in 1260 and 1264, securities Sorbonne give this street name Vicus Strictus Sancti Severini. In the same time, it takes the name ruellette St. Severin. Referring to the archpriest who lived in the neighborhood, this street was named in 1489 the Arch Lane Priest. In the early sixteenth century, it was called simply alley Priest. It is then that she took the name she keeps this up, rue Saint-Séverin Priests that the priests of the church Saint-Séverin live in the neighborhood.
8 Nivose IX and XII 15 Messidor, two ministerial decisions on fixing the width of the highway were signed 6 m. On 27 September 1837, a royal decree fixing the extension of the street 10 m. But now the street Priest Saint-Séverin is much greater, after several enlargements.
Transfer to the street of Saint-Priest-Séverin in Paris
Street of Priests St. Séverin is located 19.1 km from Orly airport, 33.3 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 100 km from Paris Beauvais airport.