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Old 9th June 2017, 19:27
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Off-topic: Aviation bookshops in Paris, France

Hi, guys

Got a few hours to kill in the morning before leaving for the airport. Any suggestions for aviation bookshops - new and/or used books?

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Re: Off-topic: Aviation bookshops in Paris, France

Try "la maison du livre aviation" bld Hausmann metro saint-augustin(ligne 9) or "la machine volante" rue claude decaen,metro Daumesnil (ligne 8)(many olds books).
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Sory,it' bld Malesherbes and no Hausmann for "la maison du livre aviation" (recents books)

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Re: Off-topic: Aviation bookshops in Paris, France

La Maison du Livre Aviation is at 75 Boulevard Malesherbes, Paris 75008. It's on the left side if you're walking up the hill from the junction with Boulevard Haussmann. Nearest Métro is Gare Saint Lazare.
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Re: Off-topic: Aviation bookshops in Paris, France

Hi, guys!

Thanks a lot for your tips.

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