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Passage Saint-Anne

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Passage Saint-Anne

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59 rue Sainte Anne, 75002 Paris France
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Mariana Aguiar wrote a review Nov 2016
Sao Paulo, SP1,112 contributions274 helpful votes
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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Date of experience: July 2016
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podrozniczka60 wrote a review Jan 2016
New Jersey13,421 contributions3,415 helpful votes
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 of the Hotel de Gesvres. The passage I belief was built at the same time as most of them which is early 19th century. In 1970 the passage got qualified as a National Monument and is protected as such.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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