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Montfort-sur-Meu - Buildings and Touristic Sites - Historical Heritage
... They are located in the oldest streets of the town like for example rue de la Saulnerie, rue de l'Horloge, place de la cohue, rue de Gaël ... find the native house of Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort ... and "planks" on the Meu river In the street called "Rue du 11 juin 1977", we can see an old mill from the year 1884 ...
Lycée Buffon
... the XVe arrondissement of Paris, bordered by boulevard Pasteur, the rue de Vaugirard and the rue de Staël ... It also houses an adult education centre for those taking the BTS and the Licence des métiers de l'immobilier, and a UPI, the only one in Paris for the ... The school's sundial can be seen on an exterior wall on rue de Vaugirard ...
List Of Bridges In Paris - Miscellaneous
... which do not cross a body of water - in the 10th arrondissement, Rue La Fayette et de and Rue de l'Aqueduc pass over the train lines of gare de l'Est ... On the boundary between the 5th and 13th arrondissements, boulevard de Port-Royal spans Rue Broca and Rue Pascal ... In the XVIII arrondissement, rue Caulaincourt is carried over the Montmartre Cemetery by a bridge ...
Bessan - Sights - Walls and Saint-Pierre Gate
... From the Saint-Pierre gate, the wall seems to follow the facades of the rue des Soleillers ... It was reinforced with a tower at the rue de la Brèche this tower, ruined, was demolished to build the street ... Traces of the ramparts are found in the rue porte Douille where, as its name suggests, there was a gate ...
Rue De La Paix, Paris - 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 ...

Famous quotes containing the word rue:

    With rue my heart is laden
    For golden friends I had,
    For many a rose-lipt maiden
    And many a lightfoot lad.
    —A.E. (Alfred Edward)