Address Rue d'Orchampt 75018 Paris, France

Rue d’Orchampt is located in the 18th district of Paris. It is the Parisian artery with the smallest sidewalk.

136 m long, the rue d’Orchampt is not very wide. It measures 3 m between its sidewalks.

It is named as such from 1878. Previously, this private road was called rue Barthélémy.

It was the target of an air attack by the German air force on September 2, 1914 during the First World War.

This street had as famous residents the novelist Georges Courteline at number 5, the painter Pierre Dumont at number 1, while 11 bis had as tenants the writer Louis-Ferdinand Céline, then the singer Dalida, from 1962 until her death in 1987.

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The Paris guide to the 1000 cult places of films, series, music, comics and novels

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The café of Amélie, the mansion of Untouchables, the jazz club of the finale of La La Land, the Hôtel du Nord of the mythical replica of Arletty “Atmosphere”, the cinema of A bout de souffle, the restaurant of Ratatouille, the quays of the Seine of Midnight in Paris, the secret places of the Da Vinci Code, the grocery store of January in La Traversée de Paris , the Bridge of Inception and Peur sur la ville, the addresses of the spectacular scenes of Mission Impossible 6, but also series Call my agent, Gears, Le Bureau des légendes, Sense8, Sex and The City, Gossip Girl…

Etienne Daho’s Café de Flore, Jay-Z and Kanye West’s hotel in Nas in Paris, Serge Gainsbourg’s Poinçonneur des Lilas metro station, Serge Reggiani and Marc Lavoine’s Mirabeau Bridge, Mc Solaar’s Lyon station…

The places evoked in the comics Adèle Blanc-Sec, Largo Winch, Blake and Mortimer, Michel Vaillant…

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