History and visit the Rue Joseph de Maistre in Paris
Rue Joseph de Maistre is a road located in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It is part of the district Grandes Careers. Measuring 944 m long and 11 m wide, it starts at 31 rue Lepic, through the Place Jacques Froment, Marcadet street and the rue Carpeaux and ends at 217-221 rue Championnet.
In the seventeenth century, this street is named Chemin des Dames, then rue de Maistre. By a decree dated April 18, 1890, a portion thereof, from the street of the Great Careers is now the rue Eugène Carrière up the Avenue de Saint-Ouen was called Etex street. The portion between the Lepic Street and Etex took the street name of Dames.Quelques years later, the street was renamed St. Joseph de Maistre in its entire length. It owes its name to Count Joseph Marie de Maistre, who was both a politician, writer and French philosopher. June 04, 1914, was opened between the street and the Marcadet Championnet street.
St. Joseph de Maistre is full of many special sites such as can be seen at No. 17a, extraordinary offices which were the work of the architect Didier Maufras in 1991 at No. 23 has the Bretonneau hospital was inaugurated on March 1, 1901. Built by Paul Heneux, it was first a pediatric hospital. It closed its doors in 1988. Between 1990 and 1997, he became a multi-disciplinary arts center. Part of the center was destroyed enabled the construction of the current Bretonneau geriatric hospital, primary school Joseph de Maistre is located at No. 27 …
Transfer to Rue Joseph de Maistre in Paris
Rue Joseph de Maistre is located 29.4 kilometers from Orly Airport, 25.3 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 82.2 km from the airport of Beauvais.