History and visit the Rue de Penthièvre in Paris
Penthièvre Street belongs to the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It begins on the street Cambaceres and ends at the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Created in 1846, the street has increased successively by different names in history as Chemin des Marais, Rue du Chemin-Vert, and Green Street Green High Street before enjoying its current name from street Penthièvreen honor Duke of Penthièvre, son of the Count of Toulouse (1723-1793).
The street is attached to several historical figures. Elisa Bonaparte, wife of General Bacciochi example, remained No. 1125 Green Street in 1802. Marshal Boufflers lived in the No. 30 in 1807. Condorcet’s widow lived in the same street in 1812. Even numbers on the side of the street was, for example, the hotel’s general Bachmann Anderletz.
Side of Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré was Ray Hall in 1780. Madame de Flahault remarried Mr. de Souza who was a Minister of Portugal. They were at No. 12, rue d’Anjou and came to settle in the hotel, 6, High Street Green. It is in that place was educated the young Duc de Morny, who was the son of Charles de Flahault, himself the son of Madame de Souza.
We still remember ‘the House of Franklin (1775), demolished at the time of creation of the Rue Delcasse who was the former No. 26. She had to be built in honor of the famous American statesman. Before the Empire, Lucien Bonaparte remained at the bottom of the garden. No. 19 housed Henry Dunant (1828-1910), founder of the Red Cross. Lucien Bonaparte (1775-1840), brother of Napoleon I (1798-1802) lived in the No. 26.
Transfer to the Rue de Penthièvre in Paris
Penthièvre Street is located 22.4 km from Orly airport, 29.6 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.8 km from Paris Beauvais airport.