History and visit the Robert-Estienne street in Paris
The rue Robert-Estienne is a dead-end street located in the 8th arrondissement of the city of Paris. She travels the Champs-Élysées. It begins at 26, rue Marbeurf. It is a small street, as it is only 64 meters long and 12 meters wide.
The opening of the Robert-Estienne was made in 1883. It was named in honor of Robert Estienne, the famous printer and lexicographer rebirth. It ends in a stalemate, because at the beginning it touched land that was owned by the city of Paris. This land was used for the deposition of waste proviennaient ébranchements trees. The trees were divided poor hence the name of the place "the site of the poor". At the end of the impasse is in kindergarten and elementary Robert Estienne. The walls of the courtyard of the school are decorated with Art Deco mosaics.
Street Robert Estienne attracted celebrities such as actress Louise Duval Armandine known as Armande Cassive. The offices of the production company Film carriage were implanted by François Truffaut in this street. Currently, restaurants along this street as Dobbie’s, Innocents, the Resti or restaurant Pierre Charon. It is accessible by metro stations: coffee George V George V and Dream House.
Transfer to rue Robert Estienne in Paris
The Robert-Estienne is at a distance of 21.1 km from Orly Airport, 30.4 miles from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86 km from Beauvais Airport.