Rue de Vaugirard
Rue de Vaugirard in the 15th arrondissement.
|Length||4,300 m (14,100 ft)|
|Quarter||Odéon. Necker. St-Lambert.|
|From||Jardin du Luxembourg|
|To||Porte de Versailles|
Rue de Vaugirard is mostly a one-way street from the Latin Quarter (at the junction of Boulevards Victor and Lefebvre) towards the edge of Paris (at the Porte de Versailles). Traffic flows in both directions between Rue de Rennes and the Place de l'Odéon. Numbering starts in the Latin Quarter, reaching the 400s by Porte de Versailles. It is one of the longest streets in Paris.
Origins of the name
Sites of interest
A substantial chunk of Line 12 of the Paris Metro follows Rue de Vaugirard. The following stations have entrances on the road:
Medical Center of Pasteur Institute
Ministry of Agriculture and Fishing, Direction Générale de l'Alimentation
A campus of Panthéon-Assas University.
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