History and visit Charonne district in Paris
The Charonne district is a district of the 20th arrondissement. This is the 80th administrative district of the French capital. It is served by lines 1, 2 and 9 of the Paris metro. It had about 62,000 inhabitants in 2005. The population in this area continues to grow. It covers an area of 2,091 square kilometers. It is bounded by the rue de Bagnolet, Porte de Bagnolet, Boulevard Davout, street and Avron Boulevard Charonne.
The Charonne district is named in reference to the ancient village that was annexed to the city of Paris in 1860 by Napoleon III. The middle of this village is placed at the intersection of Rue Saint-Blaise and St. current Bagnolet. Previously, the cemetery of Pere-Lachaise was in the precincts of the town Charonne. Charonne Street is located in the 11th arrondissement of Paris el while Charonne Boulevard is located at the place where the wall of the Farmers-General.
The metro station Charonne is at the intersection of Boulevard Voltaire and Rue de Charonne. This station is located in the 11th district and is known since the outbreak of 8 February 1962. The event was for the independence of Algeria. Protesters have taken shelter in the subway following the repression of security forces. Jostling caused nine deaths and a plaque commemorating this event is located in the resort.
Transfer to Charonne district in Paris
The Charonne district is at a distance of 21.1 km from Orly Airport, 27.9 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 92.9 km from the airport of Beauvais.