Private car transfer Roissy Charles de Gaulle to Place de la République in Paris
History and visit the Place de la Republique in Paris
Belonging to the 3rd, 10th and 11th arrondissement, Place de la Republique in Paris is the former bastion of the gate of the temple that was found in the wall of Charles V. Until 1879, this had brought up the "Place du Château d'Eau." This place is considered as an important node connections to Paris since 5 subways intersect there.
Place de la Republic is served by the rue Faubourg du Temple, René Boulanger, Temple Street and Jouhaux, the boulevards of Temples, Magenta and Voltaire, Saint-Martin and the Avenue of the Republic. Until 1811, this place was a small square with a triangular shape. It was during the second empire it took its current form.
The name of the Place de la Republic date May 7, 1879. This beautiful square in Paris has a length of 283 meters and a width of 119 meters. Until 2010, Place has kept his face which was conferred in the year 1883. The monument to the Republic, the work of Morice brothers, is a beautiful ornament.
By the fact of his name evoking and especially by the breath of freedom, Republic Square has become a favorite place for organizers of public demonstrations. In September 1948, General de Gaulle chose this place to host an event in support of "Yes" to the institution of the constitution of the 5th French Republic. Currently, the Place de la Republic is being renovated to give it a face more Parisian.
Transfer to the Place de la Republique in Paris
The Place de la République is located 20.1 km from Orly airport, 26.1 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86.5 km from Paris Beauvais airport.