History and visit the street in Paris Debelleyme
This street of Paris belonging to the third is located in the Marais district. With a length of 335 meters and a width of 10 to 12 meters, the street begins Debelleyme N. 83 rue de Turenne and ends at # 111 in the same street, which makes this street a little strange.
The street was named in 1865 by Louis-Maurice Debelleyme who was judge and chief of police (1787-1862) under Charles X and lived long this neighborhood. Street Debelleyme the project was marked by Henri IV. It was instead called semicircular place de France which would see the day, shortly after the erection of the Place des Vosges. This is why all the surrounding streets take their names from French Provinces such as rue de Poitou and rue de Bretagne.
Current street consists of a few streets like the Rue Neuve-Saint-François (1620), Sadi Carnot, President of the French Republic in 1805 remained there. Claude Perrault, brother of Charles Perrault’s famous writer and poet lodged. The street from the Echaudé (1620) is the rue Vieille-du-Temple in the rue de Poitou. Limoges Street (1626) from the rue de Poitou on the streets of Britain. The conventional André Dumont lived there at No. 6.
Debelleyme street is lined with wonderful old houses. Visitors can still admire at No. 5, the door and the stairs, at No. 9 hotel Louis XIII, at No. 19 a studded door and staircase Louis XIII No. 30 and an old gabled house
Transfer to the street in Paris Debelleyme
Street Debelleymese located 18.2 km m Orly airport, 27.3 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.9 km from Paris Beauvais airport.