History and visit the Columbus Street in Paris
Christopher Columbus Street is a road belonging to the 8th arrondissement of the city of Paris. It crosses the Champs-Élysées. It starts at 1 Avenue Geirges-V and instead Henry Dunant and ends at 54, avenue Marceau. The creation of this street was made in 1865. It is built on the site of the former hospice Sainte-Perine. The name it bears today was given in 1867 in honor of the famous explorer Christopher Columbus.
Street Columbus has special buildings such as house Sainte-Geneviève, which was founded in 1876 by the parishioners of Saint-Pierre de Chaillot. The building is located at number 13 of this street was the residence of Mrs. Charles Dettelbach who owned a music lounge. The famous hotel Chabrillan was at number 8 of the street. It housed the hotel Haendler, but it was destroyed.
Street Columbus was also the residence of the physicist and meteorologist Eleuthère Mascart. He was also the perpetual secretary of the Academy of Sciences. Baroness Madeleine Deslandes also lived in this charming street. It is served by the metro station and addresses are the closest Metro Cafe George V, George V metro and metro Kleber. It has restaurants that combine taste and flavor.
Transfer to the Columbus Street in Paris
The rue Christophe Colomb is located at a distance of 29.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport to 21.8 km from Orly Airport and 85.6 km from the airport of Beauvais.