History and visit Rue des Minimes in Paris
The Rue des Minimes is in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. It is located in the neighborhood of the Archives. It is a way to open 1607 Tournelles street connecting the Rue de Turenne. This is Chemin Vert metro station serving the site on which is the street of the Minims.
Morphologically, the street starts at No. 33 b and 35 rue de Turenne and ends at No. 34 Rue des Tournelles. The street is 206 meters Minimes long and has a width of about 10 meters. The creation of this street coincided with the creation of the Place des Vosges, formerly known as the Place Royale.
In 1609, the Queen of France and wife of Henri IV Marie de Medici founded a convent in the street part of the gardens Tournelles. The convent has provided the hexagon and many illustrious scholars. Associated with a church convent and destroyed in 1798 found himself in the street. It was highly decorated and received the remains of the Duc d’Angouleme, family and Colbert Abel de Sainte-Marthe.
The street is home to some of the Minims houses. At No. 7 is a beautiful 18th century house which has been restored in the mid 20th century. An old house with a door with an interesting structure is located at No. 12. The convent of the Minims is at No. 37. It was in this convent historic meeting took place between scholars Blaise Pascal and René Descartes in September 1647.
Transfer to the Rue des Minimes
The Rue des Minimes is located 18.5 km from the airport of Orly, 32.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 99.7 km from Paris Beauvais airport.