With the direction first, a boulevard is a transportation route resting on old rampart S, since the word comes from Dutch bolwerk meaning rampart . It thus makes it possible to circumvent a Ville outside (like a peripheral Ceinture does it). It is normally a relatively important way (four lanes or more) with broad pedestrian alleys on its edges.
The Parisian boulevardThe practice of the boulevard in town planning especially begins at the 18th century with Paris possible skirting from the enclosures, then accelerates under the Second Empire with the policy Haussmann ienne of urban ventilation (axes of walks).
Certain axes of great circulation created with Paris in the Années 1850 received the name of “boulevard” whereas they do not occupy the site old Fortification S (Boulevard Saint-Michel, Boulevard of Sébastopol). As of 1860, a charged commission of the Nomenclature decided however to hold from now on the name of boulevard to concentric ways: from where denomination of the Boulevards of the Marshals and the Which occurred of the Opera.
See also: Parisian Boulevards
Abidjanais boulevardsnonexhautive List :
- Rue Princess
- Boulevard of Marseilles
- Boulevard Valery Giscard d'Estaing
- Boulevard the Cornice
- Boulevard Angoulvant
- Boulevard Cards
- Boulevard Mitterand
- Boulevard Latrille
- Boulevard of France
- Boulevard Nangui Abrogoua
- the Avenue 13 (with Adjamé-Complex sportsman-Maternity Marie Therese Houphouet Boigny)
- Boulevard of Peace (to the Crossroads of Agban Yopougon: first bridge - crossroads Sappers Firemen - Abobodoumé road)
Modern town planningCurrently the term boulevard (as the remainder of the narrower terms of town planning) was widened and can as well indicate an important axis of circulation and considerable width that a small street with not-separate roadway in full downtown area and any obligation is not noted when with the follow-up of the layout of old walls. However, one will be able to notice that it is a roadway system which must comprise at least on its edges of the alleys planted to deserve its name.
Derived directionIn French, the boulevard is a theatrical kind.
See also: Light comedies
- grand boulevards
- Street (way)
- Which occurred
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