History and visit the Rue des Vertus in Paris
Street Virtues, created in 1546 is a highway in the 3rd arrondissement district of Arts and Crafts. She was appointed as opposed to vices which formerly gave themselves prostitutes who occupied this street. Morphologically, rue des Vertus has a length of 150 meters and a width of 10 meters.
Street Gravilliers is taking to the street and Virtues is the leading rue Reaumur.
Another theory gives the award to that street called rue des Vertus due to the development of the House of the Temple. Virtues of the street refers to the theological virtues. Some historians claim against the street by the Virtues was so named because it is on the way Aubervilliers, formerly known under the name of Our Lady of Virtues.
19th century until the late 20th century, the street was known Virtues to be one of the busiest streets of Paris. Of seasonal specialists including watches, luggage locks and had to stay close to the street in order to sell their services to people passing through. These artisans have given the rue des Vertus atmosphere and a bit special souls who inhabited the area of Arts and Crafts gave a special charm to the streets of the Virtues.
Today, rue des Vertus has lost none of its charm. The house local artisans were converted into residential, tourist hotel, restaurants and rentals. However, this street seems to breathe more modernity judging by the infrastructure of the buildings that surround it. Street Virtues among the streets of Paris most popular with tourists because of the nostalgia it gives off.
Transfer to the rue des Vertus in Paris
The rue des Vertus is 18.9 km from Orly Airport, 28 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.4 km from Paris Beauvais airport.