La Route Bleue Paris Nevers RN7
The Route Nationale 7, La Route Bleue
The queen among the French main routes …
In 1811, Napoleon Bonaparte had the Route Impériale built from Paris to Rome. From this, in 1824, the Route Nationale 7 was created from Paris via Lyon, Nice to Menton on the Italian border. She is now 995 km long.
France is Paris and from the busy Région Parisienne the RN7 takes the vacationer to the glamorous Cóte d ‘Azur, traditionally the dream holiday destination.
Charles Trenet sang her in 1956, the Route Bleue.
This route has an aura of romance and nostalgia and certainly the historical status as Route des vacances / Route Soleil.
Our Plaque Michelin -Paris Nevers- is an exact reproduction of the panneau in Magny-Course located near the famous Formula 1 cirquit in the department of Nièvre, where since 1933 it hangs on the Route Nationale 7 (the current D200).
This Plaque is well known to the Michelin and the Route Bleue lovers!
Just like the original, the reproduction consists of 2 plates and is of the highest quality, completely handmade and hand painted, and of course the authentic font which gives the plaque its authentic look. Even the back is a work of art in itself.
This Plaque comes with a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number and a luxurious postcard with photo and description of the original.
Size: 850 x 550 mm
Weight: 11 Kg.
Price on request