History and visit the Rue des Arquebusiers in Paris
The street starts at Arquebusiers 89 Boulevard Beaumarchais and ends at No. 3 Rue Saint-Claude. It is a highway of the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. It is located in the neighborhood of the Archives. This street elbow has 153 meters long and 10 meters wide.
The opening of the street Arquebusiers went up in 1720. At this time, this street is located on the site of the hotel owned by Nicolas du Harlay, bore the name of St. Harlay-au-Maris. The street again changed its name and became rue Diderot. 1879, rue Diderot turns into street Arquebusiers.
Arquebusiers the street was named in memory of the garden Arquebusiers. This lovely garden seduced by her beauty stood between the dead and Amelot the Rue du Chemin-Vert, on the site of the street Amelot. The famous French revolutionary Antoine-Joseph Santerre occupied a building at the street Harlay. Santerre, an eminent French general, was particularly known for his active participation in the French Revolution and the taking of the Bastille. He also took part in the execution of the unfortunate Louis XVI.
Visitors passing near or in the street Arquebusiers, notice that on the highway breathing heavily Parisian modernity. It is bordered by several buildings modestly decorated. However, some houses in the street Arquebusiers, like being at No. 11, have a rather charming architecture. From the Boulevard Beaumarchais, one can notice a deviation from the street Arquebusiers which forms a right angle.
Transfer to the street in Paris Arquebusiers
Arquebusiers Street is located 17.9 km from Orly airport, 27.4 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.8 km from Paris Beauvais airport.