Avenue des Ternes
Avenue des Ternes, August 2011.
|Length||920 m (0.57 mi)|
|Width||35 m (115 ft)|
|From||Place des Ternes|
|Denomination||23 May 1863|
Avenue des Ternes is an avenue in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, between Place des Ternes and boulevard Gouvion-Saint-Cyr. It is 920 m (0.57 mi) long and 35 m (115 ft) wide and was given its present name in 1863. It is on both sides of place Tristan-Bernard.
Avenue des Ternes begins at the intersection of number 1, Place des Ternes and number 49, avenue de Wagram. It ends at number 59, boulevard Gouvion-Saint-Cyr. It passes through the Quartier des Ternes, after which it was named on 23 May 1863.
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