Gagny, Seine-Saint-Denis Département, Île-de-France Region, France

🇫🇷 Gagny is a commune in the eastern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 14.2 km from the centre of Paris. Gagny is served by two stations on Paris RER line E: Gagny and Le Chénay – Gagny.

Economy On the border of Raincy, old quarries where gypsum was removed since the seventeenth century are still visible. The exploitation of fine plaster, known as "Paris", was the main Gabonese industry until the 1950s. The old Mussat quarries closed down in 1965. By the end of the nineteenth century, in certain abandoned quarries, mushrooms were already being grown in Paris. The former gypsum quarries of Gagny were replaced by a large shopping centre project, which itself was replaced by the wood of the star, a plantation of trees.

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Gagny has a population of over 39,620 people. Gagny also forms one of the centres of the wider Paris metropolitan area which has a population of over 12,628,266 people.

Twin Towns – Sister Cities Twin towns include: 🇬🇧 Sutton, England; 🇬🇧 Bishop Auckland, England; 🇩🇰 Gladsaxe, Denmark.

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