History and visit the Rue Pasquier in Paris
Pasquier Street is a street in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, in the Madeleine district. Formerly this street giving access to the rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, located in the ancient Church of La Madeleine. Subsequently, the rue Pasquier was extended to the street Mathurins, formerly owned by the Benedictine convent.
According to a release issued by the municipal body dating from 1792, it authorized the opening of the rue Pasquier. The width of the street was so determined to reach 9.74 meters and 12 meters later in the execution of a royal decree issued in June 1839. From 1862, rue Pasquier was extended in its northern part to the "Street of the nursery."
Before its name in October 1865, rue Pasquier was still called Rue de la Madeleine. Pasquier Street begins at No. 6 Malherbes Boulevard and ends at n ° 1 rue du Rocher. According to its external morphology, the rue du Madeleine district has a length of 480 meters and a width of 12 meters. With its tall buildings rather sober and discreet, the rue Pasquier still seems breathe nostalgia of yesteryear.
It does not list many historic buildings in the street if it is the beautiful building at No. 25 formerly inhabited by the dramatic artist Paul Plan. Alexis de Tocqueville lived with his wife in a house situated at No. 30A. Emmanuel-Joseph Sieyès and novelist René Boylesve also lived in this street.
Transfer to the Rue Pasquier in Paris
Rue Pasquier is located 22.2 km from Orly airport, 29.3 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 83.9 km from Paris Beauvais airport.