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History

La rue de Joinville was created in 1847 on land belonging to the Duke of Galliera. It received its initial denomination in honour of Prince de Joinville, son of King Louis-Philippe.

After the fall of the July Monarchy (1830-1848), the street was renamed “Rue du Cirque” in reference to the Cirque d’été, which was located in the Carré Marigny on the Champs-Élysées and was demolished around 1900. According to the Marquis de Rochegude, the famous gardener André Le Nôtre (1613-1700) had a country house in this location in the 17th century.

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