History and visit the Rue Leibniz in Paris
Street Leibniz part ways that make up the 18th district of Paris, in the district of Grandes-Careers. Parallel to the rue Belliard, it measures 720 m long and 9.5 m wide. It begins at 91 rue du Poteau and ends at 132 Avenue de Saint-Ouen.
Historically, it originally belonged to the side of the road path Belt iron. This was part of the territory of the former commune of Montmartre. Pursuant to a decree of May 23, 1863, she fu integrated Parisian street. She was named Leibnitz street by order of 10 November 1885. Then she changed her name Leibniz street following a municipal decree of 16 September 1997. It owes its name in honor of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was a famous German philosopher and scientist. He conducted research on the chronology and genealogy of ruling families of Europe he could not finish before his death in 1716.
The Leibniz Street includes some passages and dead ends such as the Passage Saint-Jules, who is at No. 18. It opens at No. 5 by the street Angelique Compoint-crossed by a square and extends street Bonnet who was named Vine Street before 1875. At No. 70, we find the Passage Charles Albert named after a former owner of the land. In 1885, this passage was extended street Jules Cloquet. The impasse Slope is at No. 58. Before 1877, she was appointed impasse Moreau. At No. 36, we can see the Cliff City that takes the name of the landowner, a member of the family Compoint.
Transfer to the Rue Leibniz in Paris
Street Leibniz is located 28.7 kilometers from Orly Airport, 24.2 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 81.7 km from the airport of Beauvais.