History and visit the Rue Payenne in Paris
Public road located in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris, Rue Payenne begins to rue des Francs-Bourgeois and ends at the rue du Parc Royal. Payenne Street is reputed to be one of the most beautiful streets of Paris because of the many mansions that surround it cheerfully.
Street Payenne measuring 171 meters long and has a width of 10 meters. Presumably, the name of this street was named after the famous reference to the squire of King Charles VI, Jean Payen. This wealthy financier disposed of a house in the surroundings of the street Payenne. The creation of the street Payenne climbed in 1540 and the highway was already known by the street name Payenne from 1636.
During the history, the street has changed several times Payenne naming. Earlier it was known as the “street Chuyes” then “street Payelle.” Street Payenne has been also called “street Parelle” and following the publication of a report in 1636, the street was named “Street Pagan.”
The street is home to many beautiful buildings Payenne special and welcomed some famous people in the history of France. The great architect François Mansart, builder of the Hotel La Vrilliere owned a house at No. 5. Clotilde de Vaux, who was the muse of Auguste Comte lived in an apartment located at No. 7. The famous actor Floridor also lived in this street.
Transfer to the street in Paris Payenne
Payenne Street is located 18.7 km from Orly Airport to 32.9 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 88.6 km from Paris Beauvais airport.