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Rue De La Loi
... Rue de la Loi (French) or Wetstraat (Dutch) is a principal road running through central and eastern Brussels (Belgium) which is famous due to the presence of several notable ... whose name translates into English as Law Street, runs from Rue Royale/Koningsstraat ( 50°50′48″N 4°21′45″E / 50.8468°N 4.3625°E / 50.8468 4.3625), almost in the centre of Brussels, to ... The term Rue de la Loi or Wetstraat is often used in the Belgian media as a metonym for government because not only the Belgian Federal Parliament is at the beginning of this street, but also the ...
Francesco Algarotti
... music and a friend of most of the leading authors of his times Voltaire, Jean-Baptiste de Boyer, Marquis d'Argens, Pierre-Louis de Maupertuis and the ...
List Of Former Or Demolished Entertainment Venues In Paris - List
... Alcazar 10, rue du Faubourg-Poissonnière 10th café-concert opened 1858, closed 1902, demolished and replaced by offices Alhambra-Maurice Chevalier 50 ... opened 1816, demolished 1862 Salle de la Bourse rue Vivienne 2nd opened 1827, demolished 1869 Salle des Concerts Herz 48, rue de la Victoire 9th concert hall, built 1842, demolished post-1874 Salle Le Peletier ... Salle Ventadour rue Neuve-Ventadour (now the rue Méhul) 2nd opened in 1829, closed in 1878, converted into offices in 1879 Scala 13, boulevard de Strasbourg 10th music hall built 1874 ...
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 ...
Boulevard Auguste-Blanqui - History
... Their former names were on the outside was the Boulevard d'Italie between Place d'Italie and Rue de la Glacière, but which became the Boulevard de ...

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)