History and visit the rue du Temple in Paris
Temple Street is a wide street which is considered the artery that connects the 3rd and the 4th arrondissement of Paris. It is one of the oldest streets in Paris and the most historic as its history was closely linked to the history of the Knights Templar.
Starting at the Rivoli street ending at the Place de la République. Temple Street fascinates by its size as it is 1335 meters long and has a width of 15 meters. This wide street is located in the Marais district. This area was once a marshy area where stood the most distinguished order of the Catholic Church: the Knights Templar or the Templars.
To the 17th century, the Temple Street was transformed gradually following the construction of the place Vosges. After the French Revolution, Temple Street saw around her establishing an area where workers lived and artisans who lived in the old hotels. In the 19th century, the development of titanic Paris touched the rue du Temple has almost lost its most remarkable buildings without the intervention of André Malraux in 1969.
The presence of beautiful buildings such as hotel and hotel Montmor Saint-Aignan or historical places like the Café de la Gare is the rue du Temple one of the oldest streets and most historic Paris. Museums in the Temple district will only increase the charm that has this great Parisian street. The metro Hotel de Ville and Place south of the republic to serve the North Temple Street.
Transfer to the rue du Temple in Paris
Temple Street is located 21.7 m from Orly airport to 27.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.3 km from the airport of Beauvais.