History and visit the rue du Général Foy in Paris
The rue du Général Foy is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It crosses the area of Europe. It starts at number 18, rue de la Charity and ends at number 86, rue de Monceau.
The rue du Général Foy measure 436 meters in length with 22 meters wide. It was created in 1840. Formerly it was called Street Malesherbes. She was baptized rue du General Foy in 1848. This name was in honor of General Maximilien Sébastien Foy who was one of the keynote speakers of the Liberal Party under restoration.
At the opening of the rue du Général Foy in 1840, the track width was 15 meters. The construction of this road was to remedy the breach of work on the Boulevard Malesherbes.
Buildings full of history found in the rue du Général Foy. Pavilion No. 23 belonged to the group private Catholic school and served as a brothel by some people. The works of St. Augustine parish located at number 26 and number 28. The famous Hotel de Laure Baigneres is in this street at number 40.
The rue du Général Foy had several celebrities, including Julia Bartet, a member of the Comédie-French. The man of letters written to the French Academy Louis Bertrand lived in the street. The composer Jules Massenet and playwright Victorien Sardou are also residents of the rue du Général Foy.
Transfer to the rue du Général Foy in Paris
The rue du Général Foy is located at a distance of 27.5 km from Orly Airport to 31.4 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 83.7 km from the airport of Beauvais.