|Begins||Place Charles de Gaulle|
|Ends||place du Trocadéro|
|Length||1,135 m (3,724 ft)|
|Width||36 m (118 ft)|
|Denomination||August 16, 1879|
Avenue Kléber is one of the avenues in Paris. It is one of the twelve avenues leading out of the Arc de Triomphe. It was named after Jean Baptiste Kléber, a French general during the French Revolutionary Wars. It is "lined with grand examples of the ceremonial, yet never austere, buildings favored by Haussmann." Of note are the Peruvian and Iceland embassies (Number 8 and 50 respectively), the Hôtel Raphael, and The Peninsula Paris. Henri Busser (1872-1973) lived at Number 71.