Planet Home: Season 1
The Halle Pajol
Season 1, Episode 2 • Documentary, Special Interest, 16-Apr-2001
Welcome to the 18th arrondissement of Paris, where the Halle Pajol, a former rail freight station, has undergone a thorough ecological facelift. Abandoned for a while, the building now stands for exemplary renovations; it has also brought the Chapelle neighbourhood, one of the liveliest district in north-east Paris, back to life.
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