Alongside the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame, the classic Art Nouveau entrances to the Métro are a visual shorthand for the city of Paris itself. Although it was not the first city to bury its rail network in tunnels, the panache of the early station entrances and style of today’s Métro make this one of the most recognisable transport systems in the world.
This two-sided cartographic guide with original photography by Nigel Green provides fascinating insight into the Métro’s visual design and architecture for anyone interested in the City of Light and its magnificent Métro.
Easy to use architectural guides that combine good looks, readability and authority. We always keep these on hand for those times we want a break from shopping and eating.
Map measures slightly larger than A2, folds down to slightly larger than A5 and is protected by a die-cut folder.
Printed in England on recycled paper.
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