History and tour of Saules Street in Paris
The Street of Saules is a Parisian road that is located in the 18th arrondissement. It belongs to the district of Grandes-Carrieres and Clignancourt. It begins at 20 rue Norvins and 18 rue Saint-Rustique and ends at 135 rue Marcadet. With a length of 468m and 10m wide, it allows to reach the top of Montmartre starting from the neighborhood or Lamarck Caulaincourt metro station.
This street is named before the street Saussaye. It already existed in the seventeenth century. The part between the Rue Saint Vincent and the Rue Saint-Rustique was called rue des Fontaines. It took its current name sometime later for its entire extent. The street was well known for the bohemian Montmartre. Many famous painters expounded in their works such as Vincent Van Gogh in Guinguette, Paul Cezanne The Wildwood Street, Maurice Utrillo Montmartre in the Rose home …
Parallel to the Vines Montmartre cabaret Assassins en1860 stood at No. 22 Saules street. This house was built in 1795. He was known as the cabaret-Agile Rabbit in 1880. He drew the world at the time. Prominent persons such as Verlaine, Clemenceau, Renoir redaient there. A former dancer turned it six years later inn. Aristide Bruant bought the inn in 1902 and was managed by the couple Frédé and Berthe. Number 49 of this street is a plaque in memory of Jewish children rounded up during World War II.
Transfer to the Saules Street in Paris
The Street of Sauless is located 28.8 kilometers from Orly Airport, 24.5 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.1 km from the airport of Beauvais.