The Place de la Nation ("Nation Square"), formerly known as Place du Trône (or "Throne Square") from 1660 to 1880, is located on the border between the 11th and 12th districts of Paris.
It marks the entrance to the Cours de Vincennes with the two giant columns of the Throne.
The Place de la Nation is a major Parisian hub, where numerous Avenues, Boulevards and Streets meet, together with the multiple Metro lines, rail lines and bus routes that cross the square.
Many businesses and markets thrive in the area around the Place de la Nation.
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