The Paris Metro is has more than a century old history. This transit system is used by more than 4 million users daily and is an iconic symbol of the Parisian life. Here, we are going to explore a unique aspect of the Paris metro system. We are going to take you to visit the abandoned and forgotten underground metro stations.  

1. Croix-Rouge station 

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In 1939 as the World War II raged, many railway workers left Paris. Due to the staff shortages, only 85 metro stations remained operational in Paris. A few years later, most of these stations were operational again. However the station of the Croix-Rouge, located on the metro line 10, has never again been reused because it is too close to the stations Sevres-Babylone and Mabillon.

2. The Invalides station

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The station of Invalides on the metro line 8 remains unused and is closed to the public.

3. Martin Nadaud station 

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This station was on the line 3, in the twentieth arrondissement of Paris. In the 60s, the station Gambetta was remodeled and merged with the station