It was called “la Lande” (the moor). The name of this place was replaced by the one of “the Jungle” in the mind of many people. It was a jungle among many other which have formed before then after it. Having hosted up to 10.000 migrants, it was the biggest and the most mediatized. Over many months following the dismantlement […]
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