History and visit the rue de Provence in Paris
The rue de Provence is located in VIIIes and districts of Paris IX 75006. It was so named in honor of the Count of Provence. It was created in the eighteenth century. By letters patent, the opening was allowed at the end of the year 1770, but the street is not operational until 1771.
The end of the Rue de Rome at the Rue Montmartre, rue de Provence to a width of 30 feet or 9.144 meters. This part of Paris was occupied by sewers, built by a certain Joseph de la Borde, and it was not until years later that the authorities have decided to pave and thus create the Rue de Provence.
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The neighborhood also offers the advantage of being able to file his car safely to the parking HAUSSMANN using Spring Vinci Park, which is located at the corner of Le Havre and the Rue de Provence. There is a public car park which has a pretty good reputation.
Transfer to the Rue de Provence in Paris
The rue de Provence is 25 miles from Orly airport, 31 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 105 km from Beauvais Airport.