History and visit the rue du Roule in Paris
The rue du Roule is an avenue that is manifest in the 1st arrondissement of Paris is one of the largest in Paris. This district has within the Halles are one of the oldest covered markets in the capital. Sector halls arose in the early Middle Ages.
The 1st district is surrounded on the south by the 7th and 6th arrondissements, on the west by the 8th arrondissement. The northern part of the second district and east by the 3rd and 4th arrondissements. Located on the right bank it also includes the area west of the Ile de la Cité.
It starts at 136 rue de Rivoli and ends at 77 rue Saint-Honoré. Rivoli Street reminder that an Italian city. The opening of the Rue de Rivoli street that begins was determined by the imperial decree of 17 vendémiaires and October 8 1801. The layout was done in two steps by architects Percier and Fontaine.
Rue de Rivoli ends 77 rue de Saint-Honoré, which owes its name to the ancient collegiate church of Saint-Honoré and supporting his surname Honoré of Amiens. Previously located in the cloister of Saint-Honoré. This is a very old way of Paris, continuing to bridge the Gallo-Roman Lutetia.
The track was an alley that was to Saint-Ouen, Argenteuil and Neuilly. It was extended to the end of the twelfth century, under the throne of Philip Augustus. It was part of the intersection with the rue Saint-Denis and the Rue Saint-Jacques and anticipated part of the extension of the rue de la Ferronnerie. The rue du Roule is a long way 1840m and a width of 20m apart from two locations: 17.50 m and 14.60 m.
Transfers rue du Roule at Paris airports
The rue du Roule is located 21.2 km from the airport of Paris, 29.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.5 km from the airport of Beauvais.