I have been in the passage periodically since 2000. This overly ornate passageway is worth strolling through to get some idea of the grandeur of Odessa in the Tsarist era. For years, this passage just had ordinary shops with the exception of one of the only "Westernized" small supermarkets on the outdoor entrance. It maintains this clash by not really having luxury shops inside and still has a feeling for what I experienced in other Soviet Republics in the late 90s - a clash of luxury with ordinariness.
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