Address Station Voltaire Léon Blum Sta Voltaire Léon Blum, 75011 Paris, France

Voltaire station is a station of the line 9 of the Parisian subway.

Located under the place Léon-Blum, this station was inaugurated in 1933. If it takes the name of Voltaire, the French philosopher author of Zadig and Candide, it is renamed after Leon Blum, President of the French Council, in 1957. This is why the station is called Voltaire / Léon-Blum.

More than 2.5 million passengers use its platforms every year. Platforms with an elliptical vault decorated with white ceramic tiles.

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