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Which metro stations to use to see the firework display:
Line 8: La Motte-Piquet, La Tour-Maubourg, Invalides
Line 6: Cambronne
Line 10: Emile Zola, La Motte-Piquet, Ségur
Line 13: St-François-Xavier, Varenne, Invalides
Metro stations which will be closed
Concorde: closed from 7am- midnight
Champs-Elysées Clémenceau: potential closure, depending on how overcrowded the station becomes
Charles-de-Gaulle Étoile: only accessible from the entrance on avenue Carnot, from 8am until midday
Franklin D.Roosevelt: access on avenue Montaigne will be closed. Entrances on avenue Champs-Elysées will stay open.
George V: access at 120, avenue des Champs- Elysées will be closed.
Alma-Marceau: closed from 7pm
Iéna: closed from 21h
Trocadéro: Access by Paul Doumer, Palais de Chaillot and Avenue Mendel will be closed
La Motte Picquet-Grenelle: access by Suffren et Pondichéry will be closed
Passy station: closed
Dupleix : closed
Ecole Militaire : closed
Bir-Hakeim : closed