It has been the squalid home of around 8,000 refugees and migrants.
Now the makeshift camp near Calais is being emptied to prepare for demolition.
Many refugees had hoped to cross the English Channel to start a new life in the UK.
Instead, they have been bussed to alternative sites across France.
Why have European governments failed to adopt a common policy on immigration?
Presenter: Sami Zeidan
Clare Moseley, Co-Founder of the aid organisation Care for Calais
Leonard Doyle, International Organization for Migration
Julian Lehmann, Researcher at the Global Public Policy Institute and Author of Shipwreck: The Failure of European Refugee Policy
Source: Al Jazeera News