Paris 17th district Courcelles

Courcelles

Paris 17th arrondissement Courcelles

The hamlet of Courcelles which was previously attached to Villiers-la-Garenne was integrated into Levallois-Perret, with the road leading to it becoming rue de Courcelles. This authentic neighborhood offers a very pleasant environment with its streets lined with many shops.

Rue Théodule Ribot

Rue Théodule Ribot

Rue Théodule Ribot runs from Boulevard de Courcelles to Avenue de Wagram. One of four streets opened in 1892, for a year it was called Rue Rennequin-prolongée before taking the name of the artist Ribot. This street is made up of luxurious freestone buildings. Many doctors and solicitors have set up their premises here.