Paris Metro Etymology Lite
by: sweeep • 53
Ever wondered why Champs Elysées is called Champs Elysées, and why Bastille is called Bastille ?
EtymoParisMetro will help you find the answers ! Find the etymology (origin of names), some anecdotes and the opening dates of the 292 stations of the parisian subway.
You can browse the stations by subway line, or by category.
Every station comes with a map that helps to locate it.
The Lite version comes with only 5 lines and 2 categories.
Doesn't requires an internet connection, so you can browse while traveling in the metro !
keywords : subway, metro, paris, france, RATP, origin, nouns, names, etymology, stations, transports, underground
Tags: metro paris , etymology , パリ メトロ , paris metro etimologie appli gratuit , app etimologia , paris metro underground , video gratis trasportes paris , paris metro logo ci , linien metro paris
by Simon Smith
Apr 01, 2013 | "Poor"
Lite version simply didn't work. Shame as would be interesting. Uninstalled.