|Begins||19 Rue Duchefdelaville|
|Length||90 m (300 ft)|
|Width||37 m (121 ft)|
|Denomination||January 14, 1994|
Rue Zadkine is a commercial street in the XIIIe arrondissement of Paris, named after the sculptor of Russian descent Ossip Zadkine. It runs from the Rue Baudoin to the Rue Duchefdelaville. It has a length of some 90m, and broadens from a width of 15m to 25m along its length.
The closest métro stations are:
It is within a kilometer of the following notable sites:
One of Karina Bisch's paintings of contemporary situated buildings is entitled rue Zadkine (02.17).
The street was created in 1994 during the development of the ZAC (Zone d’Aménagement Concerté) Chevaleret-Jeanne d'Arc. It was originally denominated CE/13. It covers the entirety of what was the cul-de-sac Duchefdelaville.
- n° 1 : The Galerie Kréo;
- n° 4 : APF SESSD (Association des paralysés de France, Association of the paralysed) (Service de Soins Enfants, Childcare services);
- n° 5 : SYNDICAT DES JOURNALISTES ET ECRIVAINS (Trade Union of Journalists and Writers);
- n° 6 : Geneviève Leblanc, national delegate for Miss France.
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