Cézanne Saint-Honoré

Paris’s eighth arrondissement, the traditional business district surrounding the Champs-Elysées, remains a low-rise district that Georges-Eugène Haussmann—Napoleon III’s city planner who designed and executed the grand baroque boulevards that make Paris a preeminent European city—would recognize. The medieval streets that run behind and between the boulevards make Paris a French city. And rue Paul Cézanne is an archetypically French street that is only 15 meters (49 ft) wide from building face to building face and 100 meters (328 ft) long.

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