Meslay Street is a street in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. Such highway starts in Paris No. 205 Temple Street and ends at 328 rue Saint-Martin. Morphologically, street Meslay has a length of 545 meters and a width of about 11.5 meters.
Historically, street Meslay was created in the late 17th century, but its total opening did not occur until about 1722. She would have taken its name from a rich man named Rusty Meslay. This man was a former riparian owner who lived in the vicinity of the 18th century. Once the street was called Meslay Rampart Street. Three mills existed, on a hill at the end of the street Meslay.
We gathered some information about famous people in history who have lived in this street. We only know that in the 18th century, a city of artists found on its location along the street Meslay. The famous French novelist George Sand was born at 46 rue de Meslay.
Meslay Street is now a modern street adorned by beautiful and large buildings. From 2010, this street is a must for lovers of beautiful shoes in Paris. Street Meslay stole the show at the Rivoli street to become the first place in Paris where a large concentration of several shoe shops.
Transfer to Street Meslay in Paris
Street Meslay is located 20.5 km from Orly airport, 26.3 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86.7 km from Paris Beauvais airport.