History and visit the street Poitevins
The street belongs to Poitevins 6th arrondissement of Paris. Located in the neighborhood Mint, it starts at No. 6 rue Hautefeuille and ends at No. 5 rue Danton. She also has a length of 50 meters and a width varying between 6 to 10 meters. Built in the 13th century, the street was called by that name in 1425. These are the lines M, 4, 10 Odéon and the RATP bus line 62, 86 serving street Poitevins.
Historically, the street was known several names. It was in 1253 that the street was named Poitevins Gui-le-Street and then Queux-le-Street Guy Cooks said of Poitou. Other documents also showed that in 1356 the street was called Rue Poitou-to-Guiard. In 1425, the street was called the street of Poitou.
Poitevins Street is a street party which ended at No. 5 rue Danton was once called street beater. In the 15th century the street that led to the street beater was also called Pet Street in the 16th century Rue du Petit-Pet, and in the 17th century, rue du Gros-Pet. The width of the street at 6 meters was set by a ministerial decision of 23 Prairial VII, signed Francis Neufchâteau.
Tourists can still find beautiful monuments along this street. The newspaper Le Mercure de France was printed in Panckoucke at the Hotel de Thou in this street in 1781. Visitors can only be amazed at the former Office of the Monitor, the Contiguous House, Hospice of the Parish and Saint-André-des-Arts.
Transfer to the street Poitevins
Street Poitevins is located 19.4 km from Orly Airport to 33.7 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 89.9 km from Paris Beauvais airport.