Rue de la Ferronnerie
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|Length||114 m (374 ft)|
|Width||16.6 m (54 ft)|
- Before 1229 the name of the street was rue de la Charronnerie (ou des Charrons). The street had its current name in 1229.
- Henry IV of France was assassinated by Ravaillac on May 14, 1610 A marking on the street at no. 11 shows where the event took place.
- One of the longest buildings in Paris is located on 2-4-6-8-10-12-14 rue de la Ferronnerie. The building was constructed between 1669 and 1678.
- Nomenclature officielle des voies de Paris
- Thierry Issartel, "Henri IV, les clés d'un règne", Gascogne Editing (Orthez), 2010.
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