Quai n°1 - Netflix

Posted on Tue 30 April 2019 in netflix

Cette série raconte les enquêtes du commissaire Marie Saint-Georges de la brigade spéciale des trains et frontières, orpheline trouvée dans une gare par Camille Levasseur et sa femme Lucie (deux cheminots), et de son adjoint le capitaine Max Urtéguy.

Quai n°1 - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: French

Status: Ended

Runtime: 90 minutes

Premier: None

Quai n°1 - Quai Voltaire - Netflix

The Quai Voltaire is a street located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. 308 meters long, it lies between the Quai Malaquais and Quai Anatole-France. The Quai Voltaire begins at the Rue des Saints-Pères and ends at the Rue de Bac and the Pont Royal.

Quai n°1 - Buildings of note - Netflix

no. 1: The Hôtel de Bouillon and the Hôtel de Tessé were built in 1768 by Pierre-Noël Rousset and Louis Le Tellier for Charlotte de Béthune-Charost and her son the Count of Tessé. In 1742, Jean-François Boyvin de Bonnetot equipped himself with wings and attempted to fly off the roof of the hotel. He briefly hovered 300 meters above the Seine before falling into a boat and breaking his leg. The hotel was also the site of Thomas Robert Bugeaud's death in 1849. no. 3 and no. 5: Hôtel Le Barbier, Hôtel Perrault, and Hôtel de La Briffe were all one unit until 1733. They were connected by a tunnel with the other side of the Rue de Bourbon. Author Maurice Joly lived there in a small apartment until his death in 1878. The Sennelier shop was opened on the site in 1887. It became famous for supplying art supplies to artists such as Cézanne, Degas, Gauguin, Pissarro, Soutine, Modigliani, Kandinsky, Bonnard, and Picasso. After President Jacques Chirac left office in 2007, he moved his family into the Hôtel de Bouillon.

Quai n°1 - References - Netflix