L’avenue de Wagram is a street in the 8th and 17th arrondissements of Paris, between the place de Wagram and the place Charles-de-Gaulle (formerly the place de l'Étoile, and now containing the Arc de Triomphe). It is 1.5 km long and 36m wide. It is named after Napoleon's 1809 victory at the battle of Wagram and is cut by the place des Ternes.

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  • L’avenue de Wagram is a street in the 8th and 17th arrondissements of Paris, between the place de Wagram and the place Charles-de-Gaulle (formerly the place de l'Étoile, and now containing the Arc de Triomphe). It is 1.5 km long and 36m wide. It is named after Napoleon's 1809 victory at the battle of Wagram and is cut by the place des Ternes. It was given its present name on 2 March 1864, having formerly been known as boulevard de l'Étoile or boulevard de Bezons in the section between avenue des Ternes and present-day place Charles-de-Gaulle and as Route départementale n°6 in the section between avenue des Ternes and place de Wagram.
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  • L’avenue de Wagram is a street in the 8th and 17th arrondissements of Paris, between the place de Wagram and the place Charles-de-Gaulle (formerly the place de l'Étoile, and now containing the Arc de Triomphe). It is 1.5 km long and 36m wide. It is named after Napoleon's 1809 victory at the battle of Wagram and is cut by the place des Ternes.
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