History and visit the Rue Mazarine in Paris
The rue Mazarine was created around 1600. It is a path in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, which connects with the Carrefour de Buci Rue de la Seine. In the past, this street was called Rue des Buttes and street ditches de Nesle due to its construction based on a ditch near Hotel de Nesle.
This street is named after the cardinal and minister of Louis XIII, Giulio Mazarini Frenchified by Jules Mazarin. The cardinal best known for his avarice and greed was the founder of the Collège des Quatre-Nations, near the present rue Mazarine. The rue Mazarine is exactly in the neighborhood of the Mint.
The rue Mazarine proper begins at No. 3 Rue de Seine and ends at No. 52 Rue Dauphine and at No. 2 rue de Buci. It is 414 meters long and its width is 10 meters. At No. 12 in this street was a former ballgames. Subsequently, it was the Opera House which stood on this place and the first piece that was played in the theater was "The Pomona" Lambert and Perrin. On the death of Molière, the room passed into the hands of the composer Lully.
The beauty of the rue Mazarine did not go unnoticed. Honoré de Balzac situation remains the Lady Bridau in "Rabouilleuse" in the Rue Mazarine. Emile Zola, in his "Thérèse Raquin" also refers to a lane which joined the street from the Seine to the rue Mazarine. The rapper Doc Gyneco assigns the term "Mazarine" in one of his songs in the album quality.
Transfer to the rue Mazarine in Paris
Mazarine Street is located 19.7 km from Orly airport, 33.9 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 89.7 km from Paris Beauvais airport.