Rue Jeanne d'Arc

Rue Jeanne d'Arc is a street in Beirut, Lebanon named in honor of the patron saint of France, Joan of Arc. By 1919, Rue Jeanne d'Arc was one of the main arteries that radiated from Bliss Street and by 1930, the urbanization of the street had reached 35%.

Rue Jeanne d'Arc runs north-south, beginning at Rue Bliss, intersecting the renowned Hamra Street and ending at Al Hussein. The street is known for many 1970s hotels, such as Casa d'Or, as well as many flower shops.

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