Rue de Paradis is a neighborhood located in Paris, France.

In Taken, the "house with the red door" is located in Rue de Paradis.


Located in the west of Paris 10th arrondissement (district of Porte-Saint-Denis), between 95 rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis and 64 of the rue du Faubourg Poissoniere the rue de Paradis has a length of 528 meters.

She closed south the enclosure Saint-Lazare and north sewing Filles-Dieu.

It was formerly called Paradise Poissoniere, to distinguish it from another rue de Paradis, located in the Marais. It bears the name of Saint-Lazare in terms of Boisseau then forming a portion of the path from the Saint-Lazare Roule. It is an extension of the old Rue d'Enfer, today rue Bleue.

In 1710 the place called The Paradise formerly Les Prés Girls God was still the site of a garden belonging to the religious community of the Filles-Dieu.

The rue de Paradis was "the" street of crystal, of porcelain and other earthenware because of the proximity of the station Paris-Is that allowed the flow of materials from the Lorraine particular.

The rue de Paradis is one of the streets of the French version of Monopoly .