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Baudry ApartmentsDistance: 1.2 miTourist Information Boulevard Montparnsse, 3Rd Arr, Paris Paris,
Avenue Émile Zola is a station on line 10 of the Paris Metro in the 15th arrondissement.The station was opened on 13 July 1913 as part of the original section of line 8 between Beaugrenelle (now Charles Michels) and Opéra. On 29 July 1937 line 10 was extended from Duroc to La Motte-Picquet - Grenelle and the section of line 8 between La Motte-Picquet - Grenelle and Porte d'Auteuil, including Avenue Émile Zola was transferred to line 10. The station is named after a street commemorating Émile Zola.
The rue Saint-Dominique is a street in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. It was formerly known as chemin de la Longue Raye (1355), chemin des Treilles (1433), chemin Herbu (des Moulins à Vent) (1523), chemin de l'Oseraie (1527), chemin du Port (1530), chemin des Vaches (1542), chemin de la Justice and chemin des Charbonniers. It was renamed rue Saint-Dominique in 1643 after the Dominican monastery set up a few years earlier near the eastern end of the street (now absorbed by the Boulevard Saint-Germain), whose only remnant is the église Saint-Thomas-d’Aquin on the place Saint-Thomas-d’Aquin (called place des Jacobins until 1802, after the Dominicans).In 1670, Jeanne Baptiste d'Albert de Luynes was born at number 33, the Hôtel de Luynes. It is now destroyed.The Rue Saint-Dominique is crossed by the Esplanade des Invalides.Popular cultureThe Irish musician Rob Smith released a song in March 2011 called "Rue Sainte-Dominique". The music video was shot on the street and surrounding area.
Avenue Victor-Hugo is an avenue in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. It begins at place Charles de Gaulle (also known as the Étoile) and ends at place Tattegrain (becoming avenue Henri-Martin). It is one of the twelve avenues beginning at the Étoile, and the second longest of the twelve, after the avenue des Champs-Élysées.Its junction with the Étoile is between those of the avenue Foch and avenue Kléber. It runs along the colline de Chaillot. Halfway along it is place Victor-Hugo and the Line 2 Metro station Victor Hugo. Originally named avenue de Saint-Cloud, it was renamed avenue Victor Hugo in 1881.Crossing the whole northern part of the 16th arrondissement, over 1.825 km from the Étoile to the Muette, it is an average of 36m wide (its first part, between the Étoile and the place Victor-Hugo, is wider than the second part, between place Victor Hugo and place Tattegrain). Planted with trees and decorated with a statue of its namesake at the junction with avenue Henri-Martin, it is one of the most prestigious avenues in Paris.It includes several buildings by Pierre Humbert, such as numbers 122 and 167 (the latter built in 1911 for Humbert's family). Humbert also built number 124, on the site of the hôtel particulier where Victor Hugo spent his last days (having as his address "Mr Victor Hugo, In his avenue, in Paris").
A few steps away from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées avenue, the Helzear Champs-Elysées apartments welcome you in the heart of the Golden Triangle. Culture, tourism, high-end shopping or business, enjoy a prime location to discover the French capital.
You will live the real Parisian life in a charming apartment set in a luxury Haussmann building. An elegant setting, a contemporary atmosphere and a prestigious service: make yourself at home in your own apartment in Paris.
A deux pas de l’Arc de Triomphe et des Champs-Elysées, la résidence Helzear Champs-Elysées vous accueille au cœur du triangle d’or. Culture, tourisme, shopping d’élite ou affaires, bénéficiez d’un emplacement rêvé pour découvrir la capitale.
Cette adresse vous est présentée de manière confidentielle et prestigieuse.
Dans un immeuble haussmannien de grand standing, vous pourrez profiter en exclusivité d’un appartement parisien au charme unique. Intérieurs distingués, ambiance contemporaine et service d'un prestigieux hôtel: bienvenue aux Appartements Helzear Champs-Elysées, votre pied-à-terre à Paris.
Overlooking one of the world's most famous avenues, this one bedroom apartment houses up to eight guests in Paris's fashionable core.
Situated in a beautiful building upon the Champs Elysees itself, the apartment makes an incredible base for large groups visiting the city. Decorated with chic black floors and furniture, the living area allows you to completely relax after a busy day exploring. Interesting artworks, a flatscreen TV and DVD player, a dining table and a trendy bar occupy this spacious room. Three double beds and two double sofa-beds are also available for a peaceful night's sleep. The apartment benefits from a fantastic balcony area and the fully equipped kitchen contains an oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. The lodging includes a high speed internet connection, a washing machine and dryer. A beautiful marble bathroom completes the apartment with a toilet, shower and bathtub. The ultimate choice for large groups, this sophisticated apartment ensures an unforgettable stay in the City of Light.
La rue Chasseloup-Laubat est une voie située dans le quartier Necker du arrondissement de Paris.HistoriqueLa voie est ouverte en 1890 sous le nom de rue Canrobert avant de prendre celui du général François de Chasseloup-Laubat (1754-1833) en 1896.Sites particuliers Au vécut l'illustrateur Benjamin Rabier. Aux, l'ambassade de Libye en France. Au, la synagogue Chasseloup-Laubat.