The rue de Richelieu in Paris owes its birth and its fame thanks to economic Palais-Cardinal. It crosses the 1st and 2nd arrondissement of Paris by André Malraux instead Boulevard Montmartre and the Boulevard of the Italians.
The rue de Richelieu housed Molière died there. Regnard who was the son of a wealthy contractor disposed of a house at the end of the street. This gentleman was a man of letters as a man of pleasure. He guessed that the scene would be prestigious. At that time there were financial already well established they walked hand in hand with the princes. Of refinement by Regnard are attracted to his distinguished personages such as the Prince de Conti, the Duc d'Enghien, and the President Lamoignon.
The rue de Richelieu changed there lives grow very large houses that were inhabited by financial companies and tailors. A multitude of cafes, restaurants, boutique hotels and a stylish boutique settled there. Of the multitude of shops, the street was plowed all day by thousands of cars and became very popular.
During the revolution the street called rue Richelieu was the law. The hotel was Talaru at No. 60 was a prison, but it had less harsh than prison time. Were locked in this prison several notable and noble.
The building will mark his time because it is from this that the left vendémiaires 13 battalions who went to attack the convention. Following their defeat, the last cannon balls that were thrown damaging the columns of the French theater which still retains the stigmata.
Transfers rue de Richelieu in Paris airports The Rue de Richelieu is located 23 km from Orly airport, 30 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 85 km from the airport of Beauvais