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Hotel de Soissons

The Hotel de Soissons was a hotel particulier built in Paris, France, between 1574 and 1584 for Catherine de Medici by the architect Jean Bullant. It replaced a series of earlier buildings on the same site. After Catherines death the hotel was en ...

                                               

Aux Belles Poules

The Aux Belles Poules was a well-known Parisian maison close, established at 32-34 Rue Blondel in the 2nd Arrondissement.

                                               

Palais Berlitz

The Palais Berlitz is an office building built in Paris in the 1930s on a block formed by the Boulevard des Italiens, the rue Louis-le-Grand, the Rue de la Michodiere and the rue du Hanovre. It was built to replace the Pavillon du Hanovre which w ...

                                               

Hotel de Guenegaud

At 60, rue des Archives in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris, this Hotel de Guenegaud was built between 1651 and 1655 for Jean-François de Guenegaud des Brosses, secretaire du Roi, maitre des Comptes and conseiller dEtat, by François Mansart the on ...

                                               

College de Boncourt

The College de Boncourt, in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, rue Bordet or Bordeille, was established in 1353 by Pierre Becoud

                                               

Lycee Henri-IV

The Lycee Henri-IV is a public secondary school located in Paris. Along with Louis-le-Grand, it is widely regarded as the most prestigious and demanding sixth-form colleges in France. The school has over 2500 students from the College, in the fir ...

                                               

Cordeliers Convent

The Cordeliers Convent was a convent in Paris, France. There were several Cordeliers Convents in France. This article is about the one in Paris. He gave the name of the club Cordillera, which held its first meetings there during the French revolu ...

                                               

Hotel des Monnaies, Paris

The Hotel des Monnaies is an 18th-century building located at 11 Quai de Conti in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, which has housed the Monnaie de Paris since its construction. It is considered a prime example of pre-Revolutionary French Neoclass ...

                                               

Lycee Saint-Louis

The lycee Saint-Louis is a post-secondary school located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, in the Latin Quarter. It is the only public French lycee exclusively dedicated to classes preparatoires aux grandes ecoles. It is known for the quality o ...

                                               

St. Vladimirs Cathedral, Paris

The Cathedral of Saint Volodymyr the Great in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, is the cathedral church of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saint Wladimir-Le-Grand de Paris in France. The eparchial bishop of the eparchy has been Borys Gudziak sin ...

                                               

American Church in Paris

The American Church in Paris is the first American church established outside the United States. It traces its roots back to 1814, and the present church building - located at 65 Quai dOrsay in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, France - dates to 1 ...

                                               

Hotel de Castries

The Hotel de Castries Hotel particulier in Paris, located in the 7th arrondissement, at 72 rue de Varenne. Dating from the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th century, it was profoundly transformed by the Duke of Castries between 1843 and 1 ...

                                               

American Cathedral in Paris

The American Cathedral in Paris, formally known as the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity, is one of the oldest English-speaking churches in Paris. It is the gathering church for the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, and is part of t ...

                                               

Hotel de Charost

Hotel de Charost is a hotel particulier located at 39 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore in Paris. Since 1814, it has been the official residence of the ambassador of the United Kingdom to France. It is located near the Elysee Palace.

                                               

Christuskirche (Paris)

The Christuskirche is the church of the German Protestant Parish in Paris. Initially founded as a Lutheran church is it today a united church.

                                               

College Louise-Michel in Paris

The College Louis-Michel, named after French anarchist Louise Michel is located in Paris at 11 rue Jean-Poulmarch, on the bank of the canal Saint-Martin.

                                               

Porte de Vincennes

The Porte de Vincennes is located where the northeast corner of the 12th arrondissement meets the southeast corner of the 20th arrondissement of Paris. The site is, more or less, delimited in the west by the Rue des Pyrenees and the Avenue du Doc ...

                                               

The Great Mills of Paris

The Great Mills of Paris are former industrial flourmills which were built in Paris during World War I, they have now been rebuilt and become part of a university campus situated on" Quai Panhard-et-Levassor”. This campus is part of the Paris Riv ...

                                               

Italie 13

Italie 13 is the name of a large urbanism project in Paris which started in the 1960s and was interrupted in the 1970s. Its purpose was to profoundly modify the structure of some areas of the 13th arrondissement, mainly around the Avenue dItalie ...

                                               

Porte dItalie

Porte dItalie is one of the city gates of Paris, located in the 13th arrondissement, at the intersection of Avenue dItalie, Boulevard Massena, Avenue de la Porte dItalie and street Kellermann, facing the Kremlin-Bicetre. "Gate of Italy" is the st ...

                                               

Fondation Deutsch de la Meurthe

The Fondation Emile and Louise Deutsch de la Meurthe is the oldest house in the Cite Internationale Universitaire de Paris. Founded in 1925, it consists of six residential buildings and one central administrative building, which also houses a bel ...

                                               

84 Avenue Foch

84 Avenue Foch was the Parisian headquarters of the Sicherheitsdienst, the counter-intelligence branch of the SS during the German occupation of Paris in World War II. Avenue Foch-wide residential Boulevard in the 16th arrondissement which connec ...

                                               

Lycee Janson-de-Sailly

Lycee Janson de Sailly is a lycee located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, France. The lyceens of Janson are called les jansoniens and they usually refer to their high school as Janson, or JdS. It is the biggest academic institution in the re ...

                                               

Lycee Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague

The Lycee Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague, founded in 1894, is a highly selective Roman Catholic, Jesuit school in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. It is regarded the most prestigious French private school and has been ranked #1 lycee in France in the r ...

                                               

Porte Maillot

The Porte Maillot is one of the access points into Paris mentioned in 1860 and one of the ancient city gates in the Thiers wall. It was on the border between the 16th and 17th districts of Paris, at the intersection of Avenue de La Grande-Armagh, ...

                                               

Tunnel de lEtoile

The tunnel de lEtoile is a road tunnel in Paris. It links the avenue des Champs-Elysees to the avenue de la Grande Armee, passing underneath the place Charles-de-Gaulle and the Arc de Triomphe. It is around 400 metres long and has two one way lan ...

                                               

Rue Basse

Rue Basse is a road in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, France. Rue Basse is situated between Place Carree on one side and Place Basse and Rue des Bons-Vivants on the other side on the -3rd floor of Forum Central of Halles in Forum des Halles.

                                               

Rue Radziwill

The Rue Radziwill is a street in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. It starts at 1 rue des Petits-Champs and ends in a dead end. It was named after Polish Prince, politician and one of the wealthiest men in Europe Karol Stanislaw Radziwill.

                                               

Rue Rambuteau

The Rue Rambuteau is a street in Paris named after the Count de Rambuteau who started the widening of the road prior to Haussmanns renovation of Paris. Philosopher Henri Lefebvre lived on the street and observed from his window the rhythms of eve ...

                                               

Rue de Richelieu

Rue de Richelieu is a long street of Paris, starting in the south of the 1st arrondissement, ending in the 2nd arrondissement. For the first half of the nineteenth century, before Baron Hausmann redefined Paris with grand boulevards, it was one o ...

                                               

Rue des Petits-Champs

It was officially created in 1634 by orders of the king during the construction of Palais-Cardinal, it was named "rue Bautru" then "rue Neuve-des-Petits-Champs", In 1881 it was given its present name. In 1944, the part of rue des Petits Champs wh ...

                                               

Rue Mondetour

This street is perhaps its name to the lords of Mondetour, and particularly Claude Foucault, Lord of Mondetour who was alderman of the city of Paris in 1525 under the provost master Jean Morin. Other historians assumed that the name of this track ...

                                               

Rue Saint-Honore

The rue Saint-Honore is a street in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, France. It is named after the collegial Saint-honoré Church situated in ancient times the monastery of Saint-honoré. The street on which are located a number of museums and upsc ...

                                               

Boulevard de Sebastopol

The Boulevard de Sebastopol is an important roadway in Paris, France, which serves to delimit the 1st and 2nd arrondissements from the 3rd and 4th arrondissements of the city. The Boulevard is 1.3 km in length, starting from the place du châtelet ...

                                               

Tunnel des Tuileries

Tunnel des Tuileries is at the Quai des Tuileries near the Seine. No more tunnels on the West and East. It was opened in 1967. It is a part of the Voie Georges-Pompidou.

                                               

Rue Elzevir

The Rue Elzevir is a street located in the part of Le Marais in the 3rd arrondissement, Paris, France. Since 1990, the Museum cognac-Jay was located on 8 Rue Elzevir.

                                               

Rue de Montmorency

The rue de Montmorency is a street in the historic Le Marais quarter of Paris, part of the citys 3rd arrondissement in the historical heart of the capital. It runs from Rue du temple to the Rue Saint-Martin at number 212. Named in 1768 after the ...

                                               

Rue de la Bûcherie

Near the cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris and the Place Maubert, between La Seine and Boulevard Saint-Germain Rue de la Bûcherie is one of the oldest Rive Gauche streets. In the Middle Ages damaged meats were salted and boiled here to feed the poore ...

                                               

Rue du Chat-qui-Pêche

Rue du Chat-qui-Pêche is considered the narrowest street in Paris. It is only 1.80 m wide for the whole of its 29 m length. It is located in the 5th arrondissement, on the left Bank of the Seine, and runs from Quai Saint-Michel on the street Ulett,

                                               

Rue du Cloitre-Saint-Benoit

Rue du Cloitre-Saint-Benoit was a now-disappeared street in the Sorbonne district of Paris, demolished to build the present rue des Ecoles. It was named after the cloister of the eglise Saint-Benoit-le-Betourne and just before the French Revoluti ...

                                               

Rue de la Harpe

The rue de la Harpe is a street in Paris Latin Quarter. Relatively calm and cobblestoned along much of its length, it runs in a south-easterly direction between the rue de la Huchette and the rue Saint-Severin, where it turns south-west to where ...

                                               

La place Georges-Moustaki

The roundabout is at the intersection of rue Censier, rue Mouffetard, rue de Bazeilles, and rue Pascal. On may 23, 2016, the square Georges-speak was officially opened in honor of Georges to speak. Present at the inauguration was his daughter, an ...

                                               

Rue Lhomond

Rue Lhomond is a street in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, France. It is located in the quartier du Val-de-Grace and has existed since the 15th century. It was once known as rue des Poteries after its Gallo-Roman pottery workshops, then from aro ...

                                               

Rue Soufflot

Rue Soufflot is a street in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, France, at the border between the quartier de la Sorbonne and the quartier du Val-de-Grace. It links boulevard Saint-Michel with the Jardin du Luxembourg at place du Pantheon.

                                               

Rue de lAbbaye

Rue de lAbbaye is a commercial street in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, named after the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Pres. It has a length of some 170m and runs from the Rue Guillaume Apollinaire to the Rue de lEchaude. The street itself dates fr ...

                                               

Rue Bonaparte

Rue Bonaparte is a street in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. It spans the Quai Voltaire/Quai Malaquais to the Jardin du Luxembourg, crossing the Place Saint-Germain-des-Pres and the place Saint-Sulpice and has housed many of Frances most famous ...

                                               

Rue de lOdeon

The rue de lOdeon is a street in the Odeon quarter of the 6th arrondissement of Paris on the Left Bank. Because of the presence of two bohemian bookstores, run respectively by Adrienne Monnier and Sylvia Beach, and the coterie of emergent Angloph ...

                                               

Rue du Bac, Paris

Rue du Bac is a street in Paris situated in the 7th arrondissement. The street, which is 1150 m long, begins at the junction of the quais Voltaire and Anatole-France and ends at the rue de Sevres. The street used to be in the fashionable Faubourg ...

                                               

Rue La Boetie

The rue La Boetie is a street in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, running from rue dAstorg to avenue des Champs-Elysees. It is named in honour of Etienne de La Boetie, friend of moralist Michel de Montaigne.

                                               

Place de Dublin

Place de Dublin is a street in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. According to the book Dictionnaire historique des rues de Paris by French Historian Jacques Hillairet the street was named after Dublin, the capital city of the Republic of Ireland. ...