History and visit the street of Tehran in Paris
Street Tehran is a way of Paris. It is located in the 8th arrondissement district and traveled Europe. It starts Avenue boulevard Haussmann Munich now and ends at the rue de Monceau.
The creation of the street in Tehran was made in 1810 under the name of the Avenue de Plaisance. It was created at the same time that the abattoir du Roule. The slaughterhouse is located in the west end. It is named street in Tehran in 1844 following a ministerial decree.
Extensions have been ordered by the royal decree dated February 2, 1826. This expansion was the Benevolent Street to the street of Lisbon. This road was called rue de Plaisance from the duchy of Piacenza in Italy.
The refurbishments were made on land belonging to the main actors in the implementation of the European neighborhood: Sylvain Mignon and Philip Jonas Hagerman. The work did not end after a few years and in 1864 the whole street is named street in Tehran.
Street Tehran attracted famous personalities like the dancer Cleo de Merode number 15 who lived from 1901 until his death in 1966. Maurice Palaeologus, a diplomat and a writer of the French Academy lived there until his last breath. Wilbrod Charbrol, an architect lived at number 13 on this street. A hotel belonging to the painter Gustave Popelin poet’s son Claudius Popelin was in the street in Tehran, but building was demolished.
Transfer to the street of Tehran in Paris
Street of Tehran is at a distance of 19.1 km from Orly airport, 31.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 83.9 km from Beauvais Airport.