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  2. What Are Haussmann Buildings? The History of Paris' Iconic ...

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    Haussmann was chosen by the Emperor to lead the design and construction of this network of boulevards. Napoleon III hoped that these wide, open roads would “aérer, unifier, et embellir” (“air, unify, and beautify”) Paris, which was still primarily made up of dark, medieval alleys and narrow, winding passages.

  3. Haussmann's renovation of Paris - Wikipedia

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    Haussmann was especially criticized for his taking large parts of the Jardin du Luxembourg to make room for the present-day boulevard Raspail, and for its connection with the boulevard Saint-Michel. The Medici Fountain had to be moved further into the park, and was reconstructed with the addition of statuary and a long basin of water. [27]

  4. Abre las puertas de las grandes tiendas para descubrir sus secretos. Te esperamos en Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann para una visita al patrimonio.

  5. Georges-Eugène Haussmann – Wikipedia

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    Leben. Haussmann entstammte mütterlicherseits einer angesehenen pfälzischen evangelisch-lutherischen Pfarrersfamilie.Er wurde als zweitältestes Kind von vier Geschwistern als Sohn des Nicolaus-Valentin Haussmann (1787–1876) und seiner Ehefrau Eva Maria Henrietta Carolina, Tochter des deutschen Pfarrers, Jakobiners und Offiziers in napoleonischen Diensten, Georg Friedrich Dentzel, in Paris ...

  6. Georges Eugène Haussmann — Wikipédia

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    Biographie Famille et formation. Georges Eugène Haussmann naît à Paris le 27 mars 1809 au 53, rue du Faubourg-du-Roule, dans le quartier Beaujon [3].Il est le fils de Nicolas-Valentin Haussmann (1787-1876), protestant, commissaire des guerres et intendant militaire de Napoléon I er, et d'Ève-Marie-Henriette-Caroline Dentzel.

  7. When They Say ‘Haussmann’s Paris’, What Do They Mean?

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    avenue de l’Opéra, Paris IIe, 1877 photographed by Charles Marville View of Boulevard Henri IV from place de la Bastille, 1876 photographed by Charles Marville. Whereas before, when the river Seine was the centre of commerce, Haussmann’s large boulevards would become the new highways of Paris.