The Gare du Nord and a Parisian view of Europe

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August 27, 2014

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Jack Keilo ( Jacques Keilo ), « The Gare du Nord and a Parisian view of Europe », Centrici, ID : 10670/1.ay0iqq


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The Gare de Paris-Nord (aka Gare du Nord) is where trains from Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and the UK arrive in Paris, and it is the last main Parisian RER station before the Aéroport Charles-de-Gaulle, the biggest airport in France. In brief the Gare du Nord is one of the main entries into the city and of the busiest transport nodes in Europe. The first "gare du nord" ("north station") was opened in 1846 for the trains between Paris and Lille and the Flanders. The project of a bigger stati...

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