History and visit the rue Alfred de Vigny in Paris
The rue Alfred de Vigny is located in the 8th and the 17th arrondissement of Paris. She travels the area of Europe. It starts from the Place du General Brocard at the intersection of rue de Courcelles and Avenue Hoche and goes up the street Chazelles. It measures 195 meters long and 10-15 meters wide.
The opening of the rue Alfred de Vigny was conducted in 1861. It was between the rue de Courcelles and Boulevard de Courcelles. It was made by the brothers Pereire. Part that stood between Chazelles Street and Boulevard de Courcelles and named street Fournial was integrated in this street in 1904.
It currently bears the name has been given since 1867. This name was in honor of the poet Alfred de Vigny who lived in the 8th arrondissement. The rue Alfred de Vigny has wonderful buildings. It houses the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea which is located in a building dating from 1900 and built in the style of Louis XV. The seat of the French insurance company for foreign trade said COFAC is in this street. The beautiful mansions along the street as the hotel of Madame Bertin Mention and Fernand Gavarry hotel.
Hotel Pereire was in this street. It was built for Emile Pereire. Currently, he serves as the headquarters for the foundation Simone and Cino Del Duca. The hotel is a majestic hotel Menier built in 1880 by architect Henri Parent. It is the first neo-French Renaissance. He currently hosts the International Conservatory of Music in Paris.
Transfer to rue Alfred de Vigny in Paris The rue Alfred de Vigny is situated at an interval of 26.6 km from Orly Airport to 27.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 83.8 km from the airport of Beauvais.