Shuttle transfer to district of Croulebarbe in Paris
History and visit the district of Croulebarbe
The district of Croulebarbe belongs to 13th arrondissement of Paris. It is the 52nd administrative district of the French capital. It is bordered to the east by the Avenue des Gobelins, on the west by the street of Health, to the south by the Boulevard Auguste-Blanqui and north by the Boulevard de Port-Royal. The name of this district was given as a tribute to the creators of the mill which stood on the Bievre. It had about 19,500 inhabitants in 1999. It is served by lines 5, 6 and 7 of the Paris metro.
The district Croulebarbe once depended common Gentilly. It is then connected to the city of Paris during the reign of Louis XV. He rallied the rural character and industrial character. He had several industries such as brewing, dyeing and tapestry. He also had numerous meadows, vineyards and quarries. Baron Haussmann brought some improvements in this area. New streets are laid while others have been expanded.
The district hosts Croulebarbe the Gobelins built in 1601. Renovations were made in 1970. It has two convents, the Augustinian convent of the Sisters and the convent of the Filles Englishwomen. The first was designed to accommodate the elderly while the second became a house of detention during the revolution. The Holy Rosary Church which existed since 1860 is in this area that quartier.Le Croulebarbe has other notable places such as the flowered city, the Estienne, the Palace of the People school, square-René Le Gall and Albert tower.
Transfer to the district of Croulebarbe in Paris The district Croulebarbe is at a distance of 15.9 km from Orly Airport, 33.2 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 96.5 km from the airport of Beauvais.