Address Rue du Ranelagh 75016 Paris, France

Rue du Ranelagh is located in the 16th district of Paris.

Ranelagh Street is 1,135 m long and was named after the nearby Ranelagh Garden. Be careful however not to confuse it with the avenue du Ranelagh which is really located in the garden of the same name.

It was laid out in 1825 by Mr. Cabal, its last owner in the domain of Boulainvilliers.

In the Ranelagh street, several famous buildings stand there such as the embassies of Surinam at number 94 and Slovakia at number 125. Not forgetting the Maison de la Radio between Avenue du Président-Kennedy and Rue Raynouard.

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