History and visit the Rue de Nevers Paris
The rue de Nevers is a street in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. After the intersection it forms with the rue de Nesle, the rue de Nevers ends in stalemate. Several lines whose line M line 4 and line 10 serve to place the Odéon station and some bus lines also serve RAPT, but indirectly the site.
At first, the rue de Nevers was a mere lane open in the 13th century. This street was used as a way easements to evacuate waste from the house of the Brothers bags and largest college Saint-Denis. Access to the alley were formed by two doors hence the name "Rue des Deux-Doors."
The street ran along the former Hôtel de Nevers from which it took its name "Nevers" from 1636. This mansion located on the left side of the Porte de Nesle housed in the 17th century salon frequented by some men of eminent course notably Fouquet. The rue de Nevers, because of this mansion became a popular place in the middle of the 17th century.
Located in the neighborhood of the Currency, the rue de Nevers starts at No. 1 Quai de Conti and ends at No. 12 Rue de Nesle and No. 24 of the impasse of Nevers. In terms of morphology, this street is 128 meters long. At a ministerial decision dated 2 Messidor VIII, the width of the rue de Nevers was fixed at 8 meters.
Transfer to the Rue de Nevers Paris
Rue de Nevers is located 19.9 km from Orly airport, 34.2 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 89.3 km from Paris Beauvais airport.