The Kleber metro station serves line 6 in fare zone 1. It is located in northwestern Paris in 16e.
The station's name was derived from Jean Baptiste Kleber who was a Revolution and Napoleonic general. He was assassinated during his most memorable battle in Egypt.
Also, interestingly, the real terminus of this stop is at the Nation station. However, because of the dangers, trains cannot stop at Nation for long so they loop back around and stay at Kleber for a lengthier period.
Kleber is located in the northern most part of 16e by Avenue Foch, Paris' widest roadway. The area is known as one of the wealthiest in Paris and has some of the priciest real estate in its residential sections.
Not far from the station are several places of interest including the giant Bois de Boulogne Park, Cimetiere de Passy, and many museums including Cinema, Guimet, d'Ennery, and Marmottan-Monet.