History and visit the rue de Monceau in Paris
The rue de Monceau is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It crosses the district Fabourg-du-Roule area and Europe. It begins 188, boulevard Haussmann and ends 89, rue du Rocher. The rue de Monceau morphology changes with each angle. It has 1000 meters long. Regarding the width, it is 10 meters wide between the Boulevard Haussmann and the place Glory, 12 meters wide between the place and the place glory Rio de Janeiro, 15 meters in width to the rue du Général Foy .
The rue de Monceau was established in 1776 and before it is known as Cisalpine Street and Rue de Valois du Roule. The rue de Monceau is still presented as a way to plan Jouvin Rochefort in 1672. It was still called path or Mosseau Monceau. The part that stood between the Rue de Courcelles and rue du Rocher were transformed into street in 1776. She still wore the name of Rue de Valois du Roule in honor of the Duke of Valois.
She was appointed street from the Cisalpine Cisalpine Republic pursuant to an order dated 30 July 1798. His original name was given to the street following a prefectural dated 27 February 1814. The elementary school was at number 15 rue de Monceau in 1910, currently the Public Assistance clinic takes possession of the place. The pavilion belonging to the famous Madeleine Lemaire is located in this street. The Musée Nissim de Camondo who is at number 63 is a must on this street.
Transfer to the rue de Monceau in Paris
The rue de Monceau is localized at a distance of 31.1 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport to 19.5 km from Orly Airport and 84.2 km from the airport of Beauvais.