Early transfer Rue Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre to Paris Roissy CDG
History and visit the Rue Saint-Julien-the-Poor in Paris
Rue Saint-Julien le Pauvre is located in the V district of Paris. It was so named because of the installation of the church of Saint-Julien-le-Poor. For the history Saint-Julien is the patron of travelers, is by many hotelier and hospices took the name of this Saint. The church of Saint-Julien-the-Poor was already built in the time of Gregory of Tour prelate who, during his visits to Paris housed in buildings. Gregory of Tours was a great historian, in some of his stories, it stated that the church was already built in 580. This is the Viking buildings gathered in the Basilica as the Basilica of Saint-Julien.
Henry I donated the church of Saint-Julien-the-Poor to the Bishop of Paris by a charter of 1031 or 1032 under the condition to enjoy an income throughout his life a cleric named Girauld. At the beginning of the twelfth century, Etienne Hugues de Vitry and Munteler were owners of property of the church and they yielded to the Abbey Longpont. The University used it for some time to hold its meetings. It served as a gathering place for catechisms and retirement Savoyards.
Under a treaty of 1655, the priory was moved to the Hôtel-Dieu. The latter is located in the IV arrondissement of Paris on the Ile de la Cité. It was founded by the eighth bishop of Paris Saint-Landry called the mid-eighth century. This property was developed during the reign of Philip Augustus. He gave gifts to benefit patients who were there. Came after the reign of St. Louis, during his duties Hôtel-Dieu allowed to rescue more patients with liberality.
Transfer to the Rue Saint-Julien-the -Poor in Paris
Rue Saint-Julien-the -Poor is 17 km from Orly airport, 38 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 112 km from Paris Beauvais airport.