History and visit the street in Paris Rambuteau
With a length of 975 meters and a maximum width of 13 meters, the street Rambuteau is a large and beautiful highway that was built in the mid 19th century to connect the rue des Francs-Bourgeois, the Place des Vosges and the Faubourg Saint-Antoine with the Halles. The street starts at the rue des Archives and ends Coquillière street – Rue du Jour.
Crossing the old hotel Mesmes the street Rambuteau absorbs Fiddlers old street and old street in Chanverrie. Visitors can walk the street admiring the Northern Centre Georges Pompidou and his court. Forum des Halles and the Eglise Saint-Eustache are also unmissable places in this beautiful street.
It is remarkable that the trade and industry have decorated the edge of the street. Some homes have an elegant architecture, but many disappeared for the development of Beaubourg. A house at No. 49 had a front on which was erected a bust of Jacques Heart with this inscription Jacques Coeur Prudence, Integrity, Selflessness. Everyone believing that financial owned a house in the neighborhood.
Street Rambuteau reminds fans of history in 1853, at No. 34 was the famous siege of the publishing house of the poet, singer and patron of Charles Durand goguettes 1804-1863. And street Rambuteau is not only a large and beautiful tract of Paris which crosses the 1st, 2nd and 3rd arrondissement, it is also becoming a very popular street with its stunning remnants of the past that adorn its edges.
Transfer to the street in Paris Rambuteau
Rambuteau Street is located 19.9 km from Orly Airport to 26.6 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87 km from Paris Beauvais airport.