History and visit the rue Pierre Charron Paris
Rue Pierre Charron is a path belonging to the 8th arrondissement of Paris city. It is located in the Champs Elysees. It begins at 32 Avenue George V and ends at 55, avenue des Champs-Elysées. It was named from its current name in 1879, because before it was called Union Street and Rue de Morny.
Rue Pierre Charron went through the old Marbeuf. She joined the Union Street now known Rue La Boetie in 1849. It is named rue de Morny between 1865 and 1879. The name she now bears was given in honor of the moralist Pierre Charron. The party was between the place of Jena and the Avenue George V Avenue is called Peter I of Serbia, while maintaining the numbering.
Rue Pierre Charron has unique properties as the hotel of M. de Lapisse at number 49. It was the headquarters for John Pershing during the First World War. Then the circle of American Legion veterans residing at the hotel. Currently it is occupied by the Pershing Hall hotel. She had other hotels like the Hotel du Comte de Saint Leo and the hotel of Count Robert de la Sizeranne. The hotel of the Marquis du Bourg Bozas stood in the street, but was destroyed. It housed the famous people such as Maurice Bonvoisin designer and politician Léon Bourgeois. This street offers a wide choice of restaurants like La Belle Ferronnière or Kaiten sushi restaurant
Transfer to rue Pierre Charron Paris
Rue Pierre Charron is located at an interval of 26.2 km from Orly Airport, 30.1 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 85.7 km from the airport of Beauvais.