Blanche (Paris Métro)

Infobox Paris metro
Name=Blanche
Pic=
Day=October 7
Year=1902
Access=59, boul. de Clichy
Municipality=the 9th arrondissement of Paris
Zone=1
Next=
X=127
Y=33

Blanche is a station of the Paris Métro, serving Line 2.

The station is named for Place Blanche, which derives its name from the plaster that spilled from the trucks leaving from the Montmartre quarries in the 17th century.

The station serves the Moulin Rouge.


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