The 10th arrondisement of Paris, Gare du Nord, is located on the Right Bank of the River Seine. It is best remembered by the two prominent railway stations built during the 19th century that are located in the district, Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est. Look for the nine statues on the façade of the Gare du Nord station. The statues represent various aspects about the most important cities of France and in Europe. One can travel from this station and go to Belgium, Holland, northern Germany, and also the Scandinavian countries. Gare de l’Est is the station that is connected to Gare du Nord.
There are several attractions in this part of Paris, and most visitors to this district usually want to see them. These include the Saint-Martin Canal, the Musee de l’Eventail, the Passage du Prado, the Saint-Vincent-de-Paul Church, the Saint-Laurent Church, Porte Saint-Denis, Porte Saint-Martin, and Passage Brady.
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