History and visit the Lincoln Street in Paris
Lincoln Street is located in the 8th arrondissement of the French capital. It crosses the Champs-Elysees. It starts at 56, rue François I and ends at 73, avenue des Champs-Elysées. The creation of this street was made in 1861 under the name of Alva Street. It is built on the place where the garden Marbeuf.
The party was between the rue Quentin Charron and rue Pierre Charon belonged to two different people. The set was bought by the Knight Jansen in 1760. He had built a garden distraction extending over an area of 6 hectares. It is called the garden Marbeuf. The garden Marbeuf housed the famous Madness Marbeuf pavilion. This pavilion was known since 1797 by the balls, the fireworks and the illumination. Count de Choiseul-Gouffier then became the owner of the garden and had built a hotel to turn neo-antique style. The hotel is located between Lincoln Street and St. Quentin-Bauchart. At the intersection of Lincoln Street and the Champs Elysées Lauriston Place Hotel which was the property of General Count Lauriston.
Lincoln Street has special buildings. The building located at number 6 of this street was the home of Baron Pierre Laurens Waru.Il was responsible for the railways Orleans. Mr. Franck Le Harivel and Marcel Proust were residents of this street. It houses the Ajami restaurant specializing in Lebanese cuisine and the restaurant The Cricketer.
Transfer to Lincoln Street in Paris
Lincoln Street is a range of 30.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport, 19.9 km from Orly Airport, and 85.7 km from the airport of Beauvais.