History and visit the Rue de Ponthieu in Paris
Belonging to the 8th arrondissement of Paris, Rue de Ponthieu is a way that is located in the Faubourg du Roule. As rue Jean Mermoz, this street was also opened on a plot of land and the Colosseum on the site of the old nursery. This former nursery belonged to the Count of Artois.
Following the issuance of new letters patent dated November 1778, they proceeded to the creation of a second section of the street between rue de Ponthieu Angoulême and the street from the Coliseum. Morphologically, rue de Ponthieu has a length of 604 meters. Any primitive width of the street was set at 30 feet after a ministerial decision of 6 Nivose XII.
Among the celebrities who attended the rue de Ponthieu include the novelist Richard O’Monroy who had a house at No. 37. The Duc de Montmorency had a luxurious resort at No. 70. The famous courtesan Cora Pearl lived in a house that is at No. 61 Rue de Ponthieu.
By several famous nightclubs therein, the rue de Ponthieu can be described as one of the high places that reflect the Parisian nightlife. The vibrant nightlife in the rue de Ponthieu is described in the novel by Laurence Cosse "A brother," the threshold issue.
Transfer to the rue de Ponthieu in Paris
Rue de Ponthieu is located 25.6 km from Orly Airport to 30.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 85.8 km from Paris Beauvais airport.