History and visit the rue Clément Marot in Paris
Clément Marot street is a path belonging to the 8th arrondissement of Paris. She travels the Champs Elysee. It begins 19 to 24 Avenue Montaigne, Avenue George-V. The creation of this street was made in 1881 while the name it now bears was given in 1883 in honor of the architect Dominique de Cortona known to Boccador.
At number 1 on the street, Clément Marot was the hotel of Madame Deschamps. This hotel is built in 1896 and opened the hotel Goury Roslan and Avenue Montaigne. It is destroyed and gives way to a building that serves as headquarters for union business and radio services on French television. This street housed many famous people such as painter Jean Beraud, a Senator Suzanne Cremieux radical Gard between 1948 and 1955 and then between 1959 and 1976, writers and poets Catullus Mende and Henri de Regnier, the painter Jean André Rixens.
Cement Marot street has many restaurants that make us travel through various flavors like Boccador relay at number 20, François Clerc cap the number 7 and the restaurant Philippe and Jean Pierre at number 7 which was previously plugs François Clerc. It is served by metro stations like metro coffee George V Metro Alma-Marceau Metro and PP2000.
Transfer to rue Clément Marot in Paris
Clément Marot street is located at a distance of 22.4 km from Orly airport, 32.3 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86 km from Beauvais Airport.