Liège metro station in Paris is being rennovated to honour the town's heroism in the First World War

Posted on on 16 March 2013
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Date of publication: 11/12/2012

RTBF info reports that a Paris metro station named after Liège, Belgium, is undergoing renovations.

This is being undertaken as the station "is a tribute to the heroism of a city at the beginning of the First World War".


"In Paris' 8th arrondissment, the Liège metro station... has just been renovated. This station honours the heroism of an entire town at the beginning of the First World War...".

To read the full article, visit the French language RTBF info website here

Images courtesy of the RTBF info website.

Posted by: Anna Bearfield, Centenary News

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