History and visit the Rue du Poteau Paris
Rue du Poteau is a Parisian way that is in the 18th arrondissement, behind Montmartre. It belongs to the district of Grandes-Carriers and Clignancourt. Measuring 750 m long and 15 m wide, it starts at the intersection of rue Ordener and rue du Mont-Cenis and ends at Boulevard Ney, where it extends onto the Avenue de la Porte de Montmartre. The Church of Notre-Dame de Clignancourt and the mayor of the 18th arrondissement stand beside her.
Originally, this street was part of the municipality of Montmartre. She joined the Paris street in 1860 when it was annexed to the city of Paris. At that time, it represented that the area between the street and boulevard Ney and the street Ruisseau . Eight years later, it encompassed the street Porte Blanche who was a path between the street and Ordener rue du Ruisseau . A traffic justice erected on the road to Saint-Ouen was the origin of the name she bore from 2 April 1868.
Large remarkable buildings adorn the streets of post from 32 to 44. They date from the twentieth century and are built to the old ways that no longer exist location. Two impasses where located in this section of the street as the deadlock Mont Viso is located at No. 34. She was previously named impasse of Santé . The impasse Bilcoq found himself at No. 42. At No. 13 was once implanted a ballroom and concert called Prado. In 1907 it was converted into a synagogue.
Transfer to the Rue du Poteau Paris
Rue du Poteau is located 28.5 kilometers from Orly Airport, 24.1 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 82.3 km from the airport of Beauvais.