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Paris - Ile De France

Cadet Metro station - American flag on the vaulted ceiling and Lafayette by the tunnel

Cadet Metro station’s themed decor on Lafayette and the USA

The themed decor of Cadet Metro station on Line 7 pays tribute to Gal Lafayette and the War of Independence of the United States of America

Paris covered passages

Covered passages, gateways to the Paris of yesteryear

Discover Paris covered passages, pedestrian shopping arcades nestled under elegant glass roofs and charming witnesses of 19th century architecture

Passage Puteaux in Paris

Passage Puteaux, Paris shortest covered passage

Passage Puteaux, Paris’ shortest covered passage and former shopping arcade, is today a short-cut between 2 streets in the Madeleine District

Sculpted window shop in Passage des Deux Pavillons

Passage des Deux Pavillons, a short cut to Palais-Royal

Passage des Deux Pavillons, a tiny passage named after the pavilions that frame it, serves as short-cut between the Palais-Royal and Rue Vivienne

Passage des Princes - Cupola and entrance on Boulevard des Italiens

Passage des Princes, the haunt of video games and models

Passage des Princes, the last covered shopping arcade built in the 19th century, was fully renovated and is today the haunt of video games and models stores

Passage Verdeau in Paris

Passage Verdeau, the haunt of antic books dealers

Passage Verdeau, a picturesque 19th century covered shopping arcade located on the Grands Boulevards, the haunt of philatelic and antic books dealers shops

Passage de la Madeleine entrance

Galerie de la Madeleine, dedicated to the luxury trade

Galerie de la Madeleine, a covered shopping arcade dedicated to the luxury trade and located in the affluent district that developed by the Madeleine Church

Passage Jouffroy in Paris

Passage Jouffroy – Paris’ largest covered passage

Passage Jouffroy, Paris’ largest 19th century covered passage, has retained 3 original establishments: Musée Grévin, Hôtel Chopin and Librairie du Passage

Le Village Royal in Paris

Le Village Royal, the haunt of luxury shops

Le Village Royal near La Madeleine, an open-air passage and former market place that has become the haunt of luxury shops, was once known as Cité Berryer

Passage Brady - Little India in Paris

Passage Brady, Paris Little India

Passage Brady or Little India, one of the few remaining covered passages of Paris, is today home to Indian, Pakistani and Bengali shops and restaurants

Pont Mirabeau in Paris

Pont Mirabeau and Apollinaire’s poem

Pont Mirabeau, a Paris bridge made famous when Guillaume Apollinaire published the poem of the same name after his break up with the painter Marie Laurencin

Contemporary metal facade at no1 Rue de Turenne in Paris

Contemporary metal facade – Rue de Turenne – Marais

The contemporary metal facade that marks the corner of Rue de Turenne and Rue St-Antoine flanks a 17th century building located in a protected enclave of the Marais

Grands Boulevards in Paris

Grands Boulevards, Paris entertainment district

Grands Boulevards, the Mecca of Paris entertainment, were created in the late 17th century on the site of the city's old ramparts
Liege Metro station - Le Perron in Liege, Visé town hall and Verviers town hall

Liege Metro Station, a decor dedicated to Belgium

Liege Metro Station was called Rue de Berlin before WWI but was renamed afterwards to honour the Belgian troops' memory and heroism at the Battle of Liege
Porte de Pantin Metro station - musical decor

Porte de Pantin Metro station’s musical decor

Porte de Pantin Metro station’s musical decor is related to the Cité de la Musique and Philharmonie de Paris located by the Parc de la Villette entrance
Varenne Metro station - The Thinker by Rodin

Varenne Metro station, a decor dedicated to Rodin

Varenne Metro station serves the Rodin Museum-Hôtel de Biron and exhibits two replicas of Rodin’s iconic statues, The Thinker and Honoré de Balzac

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