The Paris street called la rue Lecourbe runs for about a mile and a half through the 15th arrondissement in Paris. The 15th is the most populous arrondissement (district) of the city. Rue Lecourbe runs in a more or less straight line along what was a Roman road connecting Paris (called Lutèce back then) and the town of Sèvres. These are five photos of the top of the rue Lecourbe, near the tour Eiffel, the hôtel des Invalides, and the tour Montparnasse.
The Paris metro line at the top of the rue Lecourbe is called Sèvres-Lecourbe. It's an above-ground section of metro.
CHM and I have had many dinners in the Japanese restaurant you can see in the lower part of this photo,
slightly right of center. If you look closely, you can read the word Japonais on the restaurant's blue awning.
On the same side of the street, there's a fancy Lenôtre grocery shop that sells gourmet pastries and other fine foods.
Right across the street from Lenôtre there's a Monoprix department store that includes a big supermarket.
It's always fun to shop there and see what kinds of products I can find that I don't find easily in our Saint-Aignan stores.