March 1970
New Yorker;3/7/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p86
The article talks about the La Defense, the first subway station in Paris, France. The Defense subway station is making a kind of history in municipal construction. It took four years to dig the new Metro tunnel and build the Defense station. The style of subway station can be summed up as Fifth Republic.


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