Passage de L'Ancre

Passage de L'Ancre, Paris: Address, Passage de L'Ancre Reviews: 4.5/5

Passage de L'Ancre
4.5
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Being just over 50 meters long, this passage is very different from traditional covered passages of Paris... You can access by 2 different entrance 223 rue Saint-Marin or 30 rue Turbigo. BThere are many little offices and businesses in this passageway. Of historical significance, is that many people tried to hide in this passage during WWII.
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Mariana Aguiar
Sao Paulo, SP1,109 contributions
Friends
It looks like this place was taken from a movie scene. It's very clean and adorned. if someone have the possibility of renting an apartment there, it must be a terrific location to stay at.
Written November 9, 2016
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dotters
Atlanta, GA852 contributions
Family
We rented an apartment in this quaint passage. Passage de l’Ancre (passage of the Anchor) is a small and unusual private lane in the Marais. Not very long, this passage is very different from traditional covered passages of Paris. It is flowered with beautiful colored windows of stores and offices. The Pep’s store specializes in repairing umbrellas!

You can access Passage de l’Ancre by 2 different entrances : the 223 rue Saint-Marin or 30 rue Turbigo.

Most significant is that this passage was used during WWII to try to hide the Jews.
Written December 2, 2015
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia14,524 contributions
The passage of the anchor - We continue to find it amazing that these quiet corners of Paris exist, literally almost on top of main roads clogged with traffic. this one has an unassuming entrance, the a lovely quiet lane, so peaceful.
Written March 2, 2020
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