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Strasbourg - Main Sights - Architecture
... Notable medieval streets include Rue Mercière, Rue des Dentelles, Rue du Bain aux Plantes, Rue des Juifs, Rue des Frères, Rue des Tonneliers, Rue du Maroquin, Rue ... Notable medieval squares include Place de la Cathédrale, Place du Marché Gayot, Place Saint-Étienne, Place du Marché aux Cochons de Lait and Place Benjamin Zix ... buildings (especially the current Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie, former town hall, on Place Gutenberg), as did the French Baroque and Classicism ...
11th Arrondissement Of Paris - Main Streets and Squares - Streets
... Rue Abel-Rabaud Rue Alexandre-Dumas Rue Amelot Rue Auguste-Laurent Rue Basfroi Boulevard Beaumarchais Boulevard de Belleville Cité Bertrand Passage Beslay Rue des Bluets Passage de la Bonne-Graine Rue ...
The Streets of The Pletzl
... Rue Pavée Rue des Rosiers Rue Ferdinand Duval Rue des Écouffes Rue des Hospitalières-Saint-Gervais Rue Vieille du Temple ...
Germain Boffrand - Major Commissions - At Paris
... Hôtel Le Brun, 49 rue du Cardinal-Lemoine, (1700), for Charles II Le Brun, the nephew and heir of the premier peintre du roi Charles Le Brun and a relative of Boffrand's ... Remodelling of the Hôtel de Mesme (1704) ... Remodelling of the Hôtel de Livry ...
10th Arrondissement Of Paris - Cityscape - Mains Streets and Squares - Streets
... Rue d'Abbeville Rue Albert-Thomas Rue Alibert Rue d'Alsace Rue Ambroise-Paré Rue de l'Aqueduc Rue Beaurepaire Rue de Belzunce Rue Bichat Boulevard de Bonne-Nouvelle Impasse Bonne-Nouvel ...

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