Rue de Nesle

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Template:Paris streetbox Rue de Nesle is a street in Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the 6e arrondissement of Paris, France.

History

The street was opened in 1607. It was formerly called Rue d'Anjou Dauphine. Its current name comes from the fact that the street is located at the former location of the Hôtel de Nesle.

Access

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Features

It is home to the Museum of Letters and Manuscripts and it crosses with Rue Dauphine. It is in short distance from the Seine and the Louvre Museum.

See also

  • The Doge on the Bucintoro near the Riva di Sant'Elena

References

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External links

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