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Line 2 crosses the north of Paris from east to west in a very approximately semi-circle, and connects the Nation and Porte Dauphine stations, its two terminuses via Charles de Gaulle - Etoile. The first section of the line was opened in 1900. The total length of line 2 is around twelve kilometers, of which two kilometers are made up of viaducts. As a result, four stations are aerial: Jaurès - Stalingrad - La Chapelle and Barbès-Rochechouart. Line 2 is somewhat the counterpart of line 6, which also connects Nation to Charles de Gaulle - Etoile but crosses the southern districts of the capital.
Paris metro line 2 map
List of stations on line 2 from terminus to terminus with connections to other lines on the network:
Charles de Gaulle Etoile
Place de Clichy
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