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Monday, February 12, 2018

Metro in Paris, France
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Paris transport

The Paris Metro (French: Métro de Paris) is the rapid transit system of Paris, France, operated by Régie autonome des transports parisiens.



Five interesting facts about Métro de Paris:

  • Construction began in 1898, and the system was opened to the public in 1900.
  • It has a total of 16 lines identifiable by number, color, and end-of-line names.
  • It is the second busiest metro system in Europe, after the Moscow Metro.
  • It is mostly underground and 214 km (133 mi) long.
  • It carries over 4 million passengers a day.

Paris metro
MP 05 trains in service on Line 1, on the Pont de Neuilly, Paris
Paris metro
The Père Lachaise station, Paris
Paris metro
The Porte Dauphine station, Paris
Line 2 platforms at the Père Lachaise station, Paris
Paris metro
MP 05 train on Line 1 at the Château de Vincennes, Paris
Paris metro
Interior arrangement of MP 05 train, Paris
Paris metro
Interior arrangement of MP 05 train, Paris
Paris metro
The Barbès – Rochechouart station, Paris
Paris metro
The Charles-de-Gaulle - Étoile station, Paris 
Paris metro
MF 01 train on Line 2 at the Père Lachaise, Paris
MP 05 trains in service on Line 1, on the Pont de Neuilly, Paris
MP 05 trains in service on Line 1, on the Pont de Neuilly, Paris


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