This is Verlaine’s birthplace in Metz, now a museum devoted to the writer.
Verlaine was alive when he heard the news that a street had been named after him in Nancy. he was happy about this but immediately grumbled that it didn’t help him to live.http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/119523412
There is also a Verlaine Garden in Nancy located on another road named after him, Rue Verlaine: http://www.parcsetjardins.fr/lorraine/meurthe_et_moselle/jardin_paul_verlaine-558.html
This is the Brussels site of the most infamous of his many dirty deeds:
He was tried in the Palace of Justice, convicted, and sentenced to two years in prison. 20 years later he was invited on a reading tour of Belgium, by Maeterlinck among others. One of the readings was in the Palace of Justice. Instead of his usual show he read from proofs of a forthcoming book My Prisons. He wept openly and the audience applauded wildly at his account of his Brussels experience.