Autonomous Port of Paris

The Autonomous Port of Paris (French: "Port autonome de Paris") is a public institution of the France set up in 1970. Its mission is to develop waterway traffic and port activity by creating, maintaining and handling the commercial operation of 70 sites in Ile-de-France.[1] It is the second largest inland port in Europe after Duisburg.


  1. "About us Ports de Paris". Port Autonome de Paris. Retrieved 2012-09-24.

Coordinates: 48°51′24″N 2°21′08″E / 48.8566°N 2.3522°E / 48.8566; 2.3522

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