The first covered walkway in Paris is the Passage des Panoramas. Built-in 1799, its old-fashioned charm and merchant spirit has been preserved. Every shop window represents the French capital's historic moment; the' industrial corridor' is listed as a historic landmark from the Bourse district to the Grands Boulevards, covered by a majestic canopy. Eateries share the space with artisans along its 133 meters of intense activity. They work together with many collectors of postcards, coins, autographs, and old stamps. Admire the surviving ancient architecture, such as the Marquis Chocolatier and the Stern printing shop, symbolizing the optimistic 18th-century design.
Stepping into this covered passage is like stepping into the past of the Belle Epoque. The wooden exteriors of stores and vintage-inspired signs made this a unique shopping experience. Among the various stores, you can find vintage postcards, vintage clothes and jewelry, cross-stitch, and stamps and coins. Also, if you are eating there, check out L'arbre a Cannelle, a restaurant with a beautiful antique interior.
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