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Rue Mondétour

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Rue Mondétour is a small pedestrian street in the 1st arrondissement of the city of Paris.[1][2][3]

Origin[edit]

This street is perhaps its name to the lords of Mondetour, and particularly Claude Foucault, Lord of Mondetour who was alderman of the city of Paris in 1525 under the provost master Jean Morin. Other historians assumed that the name of this track is a street Maudestour alteration or Bad Detour.

Quartier des Halles à Paris — Rue Rambuteau (1er arr.).jpg

Bibliography[edit]

  • Henri Sauval : History and research of the antiquities of the city of Paris
  • Jean La Tynna, Dictionary topographic, etymological and historical of the streets of Paris (1817)
  • Jacques Hillairet , Historical Dictionary of the streets of Paris
  • Guillot de Paris , Le Dit des rues de Paris with preface, notes and glossary by Edgar Mareuse

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hugo, Victor (1994). Les Miserables Volume Two. Wordsworth Editions. ISBN 9781853260506.
  2. ^ Hugo, Victor (1864). Les misérables. Walter Scott.
  3. ^ Hugo, Victor (2016-08-23). Les Misérables Vol II: Marius, Saint-Denis and Idyll of the Rue Plumet. Enrich Culture Group Limited. ISBN 9789887739654.