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Gare St Lazare Paris

Built in 1837 for the Pairs to Saint-Germain line, Gare St Lazare is one of Paris’ oldest train stations. The station of today was built in 1889 for the Universal Expo. In The Da Vinci Code Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu use the Gare St Lazare to ditch the police. The Da Vinci Code, a work of fiction, wrongly identifies some scenery. Gare St Lazare does not have a Quay Three, as the book says but a Voie Three.

Gare Saint Lazare is in the 8th district (Arrondissement in French) of Paris. Metro stop - Saint-Lazare lines 3, 12 and 13.

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