History and visit the rue Arsene-Houssaye in Paris
Arsene-Houssaye street is one way that Paris is located in the 8th arrondissement. It crosses the Faubourg du Roule. It starts at 152, avenue des Champs-Elysées and ends at 3, rue Beaujon. It measures 260 meters long and 11.70 meters wide. It was created in 1825 and was called Chauteaubriand Avenue.
Arsene-Houssaye Street was built in the subdivision park Beaujon between rue Chateaubriand and Avenue Champs Elysées. An extension was made to rue Beaujon and was baptized Street Bel-breathable. This name was taken from a house that was in the subdivision. It currently bears the name was given in 1897 in honor of writer Arsène Houssaye. This man is rich in real estate speculation and had a lot of land in the neighborhood.
The rue Arsène Houssaye had specific buildings. The restaurant Chiberta is located in a building made of stone in the street. It was built in 1920 and currently owned by Guy Savoy. The place to jazz in the city of Paris in 1930, "the cabaret La Villa d’Este" is still in the street. The actor Ernest Coquelin known as Coquelin Cadet and the famous art collector Paul Arthur were residents of this street. Dodi Al Fayed, had an occasional residence in this street in 1997. The street has a variety of restaurants such as: Stella Maris, O’Pain Arsene and Citrus Etoile.
Transfer to rue Arsène Houssaye in Paris
Arsene-Houssaye Street is located at an interval of 25.3 km from Orly airport, 29.3 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 85.1 km from the airport of Beauvais.