History and visit the street in Paris Greneta
Greneta street in Paris called the thirteenth century Trinity Street. She wore name is due to the proximity of the hospital of the Trinity. She was named much later Estal Street Steak-which was the name of a citizen who lived there. The name has been altered over the years and became successively Guerneta street and street Grenétat. The street was busy and it was becoming popular.
It is marked history with the neighboring streets by industries that were established in the area. The streets have become the center of the Parisian industry and activity of the latter was mainly in tabletterie access.
Houses which formed a large island located between the streets: Bear, Greneta, Saint-Martin and Saint-Denis. These were cut by the Rue Bourg l’Abbé, who was along with them. It was absorbed by the Boulevard de Sebastopol. Le Bourg l’Abbé was dependent on the abbey of Saint-Martin, which was founded in the tenth century.
The area was a place where workers were cited stroll and relax. The chapel of Saint-Georges was the subject of many visits to this period, also because it was very shady. During the construction of the wall of Philippe-Auguste, the place became a suburb of Paris. The principal had taken on the name of rue du Bourg l’Abbé. The place continued to be popular for the chapel, but also the habits of people.
Street Greneta transfers to airports in Paris
Street Greneta is 20 km from Orly airport, 28 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87 km from Beauvais Airport