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Rue Pasteur in Dole
Rue Pasteur, traversed here by the cleaning team of the town of Dole, is a picturesque street in the historic center. It begins at Grande-Rue and ends at Rue de la Bière and Quai Pasteur. It is dedicated to Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), the founder of microbiology and the inventor of the rabies vaccination, who was born in this street at number 43. Louis Pasteur himself came there towards the end of his life to inaugurate a plaque on the facade of his birthplace. Listed as a Historic Monument, it received the 'Maisons des Illustres' label in 2011.
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