History and visit rue du Cirque in Paris
Street Circus is a road belonging to the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It crosses the area of the madeleine. It begins at 40, avenue Gabriel and ends at 63, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. It has 240 meters long and 12 meters wide.
The creation of the Rue du Cirque was made in 1847. It is built on land belonging to the Duke of Galliera and called Rue de Joinville. The original name was given in honor of the Prince de Joinville, who was the son of King Louis Philippe. Its current name was given in 1849 after the fall of the July Monarchy. It is so named because street circus circus summer that was in the square Marigny on the Champs-Élysées. The circus was demolished in 1900.
Street Circus houses of historic buildings. Aviator Captain Rene Fonck, the ace and French allies of World War I with 75 victories lived in the building at number 3 until the end of the day. A gallery owned Henriette Gomes and her husband is in the street. This gallery has been opened since the Second World War. The rear of the Hotel de Marigny opens on this street.
Street Circus has attracted famous personalities, including Miss Howard who was the lover of Prince-President Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte. The member of the French comedy Le Bargy Charles, composer and conductor Reynaldo Hahn, the opera-dancer Mariette Ricotti and French politician Francois Pietri are residents of this street.
Transfer to the street Circus in Paris
Street Circus is located at a distance of 28.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport, to 20.6 km from Orly Airport and 86.8 km from the airport of Beauvais.