Rue Pastourelle

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Rue Pastourelle in Paris

Rue Pastourelle is a street in the third district (or arrondissement) of Paris.

Its nearest metro stations are Arts et Métiers[1] and Saint-Sébastien - Froissart.

It starts at Rue Charlot and ends at Boulevard du Temple. The street is named for Roger Pastourelle who lived here in 1378 when he was a member of the French parliament.

References[edit]

  1. ^ (in French) Station information and photographs at the Musée des Artes et Métiers website

Coordinates: 48°51′46″N 2°21′33″E / 48.86278°N 2.35917°E / 48.86278; 2.35917