History and visit the Euler street in Paris
The street is an Euler path in the 8th arrondissement of the city of Paris. It crosses the Champs-Élysées. The opening of this street was made at the same time as the rue François I in 1865. It is located on the place where the hospice Sainte Perine. The name it bears today was given in 1867 in honor of the Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler.
Euler Street features various individual buildings. The head of the delegation of the Flemish Community is located on this street. A building for offices is still where the hotel baron David Emmanuel Leonino. Buildings for the residence is located in the square in front of Madame de Francisco Martin.
She had mansions like the one that was at number 8 which belonged to Olympus and Heriot Cyprienne Dubernet. Herme Euler in 2007 became the owner of the building. An old mansion on the rue currently serves as the headquarters of the Federation of Commercial and distribution. While the hotel owned MFC Lawrance became the seat of the County Council of the City of Paris to the College of Physicians.
Transfer to the street Euler in Paris
Euler Street is at a distance of 26.9 km from Orly Airport to 30.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86 km from Beauvais Airport.