Boulevard de la Madeleine
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|Boulevard de la Madeleine|
|Arrondissement||1st, 8th, 9th|
|Quarter||Madeleine. Place Vendôme. Chaussée d'Antin.|
|Begins||53 rue Cambon|
|Ends||10-16 place de la Madeleine|
|Length||220 m (720 ft)|
|Width||43.3 m (142 ft)|
Boulevard de la Madeleine, about 1895
|Located near the Métro stations: Madeleine and Opéra.|
The Boulevard de la Madeleine is one of the four 'grands boulevards' in Paris, France, a chain running east- west and also including boulevard de la Madeleine, Boulevard des Capucines, Boulevard des Italiens and Boulevard Montmartre.
It begins next to Église de la Madeleine which gave its name to the boulevard.
In 1966, The Moody Blues recorded a single named for this boulevard.
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