RUE CREMIEUX

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Opened in 1865 by the promoter Moïse Polydore Millaud, on the site of the former National Arena, the street carried until 1897 the name of avenue Millaud. Located near the Gare de Lyon train station, Rue Crémieux is a pedestrian street, paved since 1993, lined with small pavilions of similar profile, with two floors and colored facades. The street also bears the mark of the flood of 1910. Rue Crémieux is accessible by the metro line to the station Quai de la Rapée as well as by the bus lines RATP 20 24 57 61 63 65. it is located In the 12th arrondissement. It begins at the Rue de Bercy and ends at the Rue de Lyon. Here are some photos.

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