Rue De La Paix in Popular Culture
- The Rue de la Paix is the equivalent to "Boardwalk" in the French version of Monopoly, and is that game's most expensive property.
- Rue de la Paix in mentioned by Rhett Butler in the novel Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell as the source of the green bonnet purchased to bring Scarlett O'Hara out of mourning.
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