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Long and narrow.

We like the passages of Paris so we try to enter them and see them whenever given a chance. This... read more

Reviewed January 2, 2016
podrozniczka60
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New Jersey
Interesting

Very old passage, from the 1820's, it's related to Allan Kardec, therefore it may be nice for... read more

Reviewed November 9, 2016
g_marianaa
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Sao Paulo, SP
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9 Nov 2016
“Interesting”
2 Jan 2016
“Long and narrow.”
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59 rue Sainte Anne, 75002 Paris, France
Opéra / Bourse
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Reviewed November 9, 2016

Very old passage, from the 1820's, it's related to Allan Kardec, therefore it may be nice for spiritists. It's possible to go through it also, not only look from the outside.

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Reviewed January 2, 2016

We like the passages of Paris so we try to enter them and see them whenever given a chance. This one is about 40-50 meters long and quite narrow. It connects with Passage Choiseul. The entrance to the Passage Saint-Anne used to be the porch...More

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Opera / Bourse
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle
époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades,
and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here,
modern day workers continue to take advantage of the
legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th
century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and
cinemas sit side by side with French bistros
predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
...More
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