History and visit the Hay Street in Paris
Hay Street is a street in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. This street was created in 1597. It begins at 3 rue de Béarn and ends at No. 30 rue de Turenne. Hay Street has a length of 104 meters and a width of 10 meters.
This road, connecting the rue de Turenne in the Béarn, was opened on land grazing dependent Turrets park. The opening of the Hay Street was closely linked to the movement of subdivision was to improve the rear of the Place des Vosges. This movement, which began in the reign of King Louis XIII continued throughout the 17th century.
Hay Street has only a few historical buildings including the remnant of the hotel Tresmes. It was a building built during the reign of King Louis XIII. He distinguished himself by his greatness as this hotel is spread to the streets of the Minims (No. 17). At No. 9 was a school of the Sisters of St. Vincent de Paul. Despite the scarcity of historic buildings along Hay Street, the street still has a special charm.
The story does not say if there were any famous people who have lived in the street if it was only the architect A. Lepautre. Currently, Hay Street is part of the modern streets of Paris. It is bordered by large and beautiful buildings, the majority of splendor shines through their modern architecture, distinguished by the existence of several windows.
Transfer to Hay Street in Paris
Rue de la Corderie is located 17.7 km from Orly airport, 27.6 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 88.9 km from Paris Beauvais airport.