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Where is the baggage claim on a map of Paris's CDG Airport?

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The baggage claim areas at Paris's CDG Airport are generally located near the exits. They appear on each of the eight different terminal maps as thick dark grey lines, representing the conveyor belts, accompanied by a white box showing a black suitcase on top of a row of black circles.

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Where is the baggage claim on a map of Paris's CDG Airport?
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Terminal 1 is a circular, multi-level building with the baggage claim area set around a circle in the arrivals level before the exit gates. Terminal 3's baggage claim is in the arrivals hall. Terminal 2 is split into six different terminals: 2A and 2C to 2G. In terminal 2G, the baggage reclaim area is in a corner of the public hall. Terminal 2D has two separate baggage claim areas.

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