History and visit the streets of Madrid in Paris
Street of Madrid is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It is placed in the neighborhood of Europe. It begins at the Boulevard Malesherbes and ends in place in Europe. The creation of the rue de Madrid was made in 1826. The opening of the Madrid street was made for creation of the district of Europe. The name of this street was given with reference to the capital of Spain.
Madrid Street was built following a royal decree dated February 2, 1826. It was built on land owned by Sylvain Mignon and Philip Jonas Hagerman.
The width of the streets of Madrid was ordered to be 15 meters minimum. The construction of this road have experienced obstacles in 1844. Construction has won the Boulevard Malesherbes in 1867.
Street housed the old Madrid School St. Ignatius founded the Jesuits. The college has been taken by the State in 1905. It was transformed into the National Conservatory of Music and Dance from 1909. Madrid Street attracted celebrities including Maurice Charles Chenu, a famous lawyer and Raphaële Sisos an actress. Street scene of Madrid hosts events, including National Conservatory of Paris, metro Europe and the great restaurant Arthur.
Transfer to the street of Madrid in Paris
Street of Madrid is located 21.8 km from Orly airport, 27.6 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 83.5 km from the airport of Beauvais.