- History and visit Rue du Chevalier de Saint-Georges
- Transfers rue Chevalier de Saint-Georges at Paris airports
History and visit Rue du Chevalier de Saint-Georges
Street Knight-de-Saint-Georges de Paris in the 1st district shares the same border as the 8th arrondissement. Sector plans have been arranged according to the Royal Decree. This street was opened in 1807 at the request of people who bought the convent of La Conception.
This is a path alongside the neighborhood of the place Vendôme, and the district of La Madeleine, which are respectively administrative districts of Paris. Both areas derive their names from the place Vendôme and La Madeleine.
It was formerly called St. Richepance tribute to Antoine Richepance, which was one of the bravest generals of the French Revolution. Antoine Richepance son of an officer of the French cavalry comes from a family lawyer in Tournus. It was he who, under the orders of Bonaparte, who established slavery in the overseas territory located in the Americas French commonly known as the French Guadeloupe. Since December 2001 the road was renamed rue du Chevalier de Saint-Georges in memory of the association of the French nobility.
The Chevalier de Saint-Georges Bologna, better known under the name of St. George, is a French swordsman outstanding coupled with a talented orchestrator. He was born in Guadeloupe in 1747 as a slave and cod 12 June 1799 as a Knight of St. George. He was one of the greatest representatives of the abolition of slavery. He began to command the French legions in America. A legion composed mainly of African descendant sold in France.
Transfers rue Chevalier de Saint-Georges at Paris airports
Street Knight-de-Saint-Georges is located 22.16 km from Orly airport this in, 31 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 83.6 km from Beauvais Airport.