History and visit the Rue de Saintonge in Paris
The rue de Saintonge is a highway of the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. It was created in 1626. The rue du Perche is holding this public road and the Boulevard du Temple is the leading. The rue de Saintonge is 500 meters long and 10 meters wide. This street contains within it the history of some famous people.
The family of the famous mathematician Blaise Pascal occupied a house at No. 13 in the mid 17th century. The father of the French scientist died in September 1651. From 1789 to 1791, the conventional lawyer Maximilien Robespierre occupied a house, now defunct, at No. 64. Before his transfer to Malakoff in 1934, the foundry "Rudier" sat at No. 45.
Rue de la Marche and the Rue de Touraine came to join the rue de Saintonge in 1851. Street Touraine is the part of the road that lies between the rue du Perche and rue and rue de Poitou. Street Walk is part of the street included between the rue de Poitou and rue de Bretagne. Several metro stations serve the site where the rue de Saintonge (Filles du Calvaire, Arts and Crafts and Temple).
The rue de Saintonge is celebrated in the film "Sarah", the work of director Gilles Paquet-Brenner, released in 2010. View from the Boulevard du Temple, rue de Saintonge seems to bathe in a typical Parisian atmosphere with these great buildings and beautiful cars that often stationed near the front of the buildings. The rue de Saintonge lies in the heart of the Marais district.
Transfer to the Rue de Saintonge in Paris
The rue de Saintonge is located 18.2 km from Orly airport, 27.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.7 km from Paris Beauvais airport.