History and visit the street of Moscow in Paris
Moscow Street is a street in the city which is located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement. It crosses the area of Europe. It starts at number 20, rue de Liège and ends at 41, boulevard des Batignolles. The construction of this road is completed in 1867 when she was commissioned in 1847. The name of this street was given with reference to the city of Moscow and its location in the heart of Europe.
Street Moscow was a very popular street known characters. The famous poet Mallarmé Sebastian moved to number 29 between 1871 and 1874. The playwright lived Albin Valabrègue number 12 in 1910. The historian Henri Miché number 12 lived from 1947 until his death. His son Pierre Michel lived in the house until 1961. The writer Gustave Toudouze did not escape the charm of this street and moved to number 50 and lived until his death in 1904. The playwright and actor Marcel Lévesque also inhabited street in Moscow.
Moscow Street is a quiet adorned by trees and buildings of a style very impressive. It is served by the Metro whose address is the nearest metro Place de Clichy. Along the Moscow street are shops, restaurants, hotels and the French Red Cross.
Transfer to the street of Moscow in Paris
Street Moscow lies at a distance of 27.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport, 22.5 km from Orly airport and 83.1 km from the airport of Beauvais.