History and visit the Boulevard Haussmann in Paris
Paris, capital of France immemorial, spread on both sides of the two banks of the Seine, on an area of approximately 10,000 hectares. A little more than 2 million people live there, since the last census. The rue de Mogador, which interests us, is in the ninth arrondissement of Paris. The ninth district has an area of 213 hectares, and is limited to the west by the axis streets Vignon, Tronchet, Le Havre and Amsterdam by the North Boulevards, such as Rochechouart. To the east, the axis of the streets of Faubourg Poissonnière, extending south along the boulevards by Poissonnière.
Before the opening of Boulevard Haussmann, the rue de Mogador began Mathurins street, the stretch between the last track and the Boulevard Haussmann became a fraction of the rue Scribe, before being attached to the place Diaghilev. The rue de Mogador, accessible route to the public, is located in the ninth district of Paris. It starts at 46 Boulevard Haussmann, and ends at 75-75 bis rue Saint-Lazare. The name of Mogador, from a city that is located in Morocco stronghold table a battle between France and Morocco LE15 August 1844.
Regarding morphology, the Rue Mogador is 300 m long and 18 m wide. It was opened by order of December 11, 1845 at Boulevard Haussmann and the Rue de Provence. It was then open to other streets in October 1894, February 1900 and May 1899. It is connected to Etienne spoke up at Boulevard Orves Haussmannet instead Diaghilev, whose works were completed in 1901, when it absorbed the extension of the rue Mogador. We note in this little street theater famous.
To transfer to Boulabard Haussmann in Paris
Boulevard Haussmann is located 26 km from Orly airport, 34 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport, and 104 km from Beauvais Airport