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Ourcq (Paris Métro)
The name refers to the Rue de l'Ourcq, named for the river Ourcq, a tributary of the Marne (river). It rises in Aisne and flows into Île-de-France; it is connected to the Seine by the Canal de l'Ourcq.
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