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Passage du Caire

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Inside the Passage du Caire, the longest covered passage in Paris
Photograph: Wikimedia Commons / Ralf.treinen

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The longest passage in Paris (370 metres in all) is in a deplorable state; the rather eerie corridors are glass-roofed and mirror-lined, mostly hosting shabby discount clothing stores, dry cleaners and wholesale mannequin outlets whose naked wares make the whole experience more surreal. But its definitely worth a wander through, and a stop-off at the façade of the building in the Place du Caire. Instead of the usual toga-draped statues, there’s an effigy of the Egyptian God Hathor set between lotus-shaped columns.



Address: 2 place du Caire
Transport: Métro : Sentier
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am-6.30pm
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