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Typically, the galleries of Paris were formed from passageways that pierced through the lower levels of the buildings, while in other instances the galleries were created during the construction of the building. These galleries are covered by a glass roof, which allows daylight to filter through, illuminating the gallery with a softly defused and distinctive natural light.


Le Passage Verdeau

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Verdeau Gallery

6 rue de la Grange -Batelière - 31 bis rue du Faubourg - Montmartre – 75009 Paris

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Opened in 1846 by the Society of Jouffroy the Passage Verdeau was named after one of its members. Built as an extension of the Passages Jouffroy and Panoramas, the Verdeau gallery has always suffered from the comparison to neighboring galleries. Even still, it remains one of the lightest and most ethereal of galleries, with its high herringbone-pattern glass roofs and its clear contours of neoclassic lines. After the opening of Hotel Drouot, the gallery has attracted many collectors. Besides old edition books, you can also find vintage cameras, antique furniture, and antique embroideries.

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Le Passage Jouffroy

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Jouffroy Gallery

9 rue de la Grange-Batelière – 10-12 Boulevard Montmartre – 75009 Paris

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This gallery, built in 1836, is one of the most visited in Paris. At the time of its construction, it was considered a groundbreaking innovation: as it was entirely made out of glass and metal, and it was also the first passage with floor heating. The original flooring, the eclectic and interesting boutiques and the second entrance to the Grévin museum were preserved after the restoration in 1987. Moreover, this unique place still has its famous toy stores and book stores- specializing in cinema and theatre.

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Le Passage des Panoramas

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The Panoramas Gallery

11 Boulevard Montmartre –38 rue Vivienne – 75002 Paris

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The gallery of the Panoramas is the oldest Parisian covered passage. It was built in 1799-1800. Engravings of eastern bazaars and souks inspired the construction and design of this gallery. Presently it consists of numerous and stylish signage, and most notably- collectable stamps.

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Le Passage Brady

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Brady Gallery

33, boulevard de Strasbourg –46, rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis – 75010 Paris

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Most unexpectedly in the heart of Paris, the Passage Brady is an introduction to Indian culture. Curious tourists in the quest of exotics discover here not only culinary specialties but also dyes, spices and handcrafts from India. This gallery in the 10th arrondissement extends over an area of 216 m2 and is named after its founder, the merchant Brady.

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24 Cour des Petites Ecuries –75010 Paris

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Flateurville is a strange and unique place, created by Laurent Godard, in the heart of 10th arrondissement of Paris. It consists of a maze of salons spreading over an area of 600 m2 is combining unusual objects and paintings. One feels more in Berlin than in Paris! Flateurville is a place where Parisian culture comes to life. On most Thursdays this place is opened to the public and presents concerts, theatre performances and art exhibitions.


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Hôtel des ventes Drouot

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Drouot Action House

9, rue Drouot –75009 Paris –Tél. 01 48 00 20 20

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Hôtel Drouot is the largest auction house in Paris. Within its 21 halls which spread over 4 levels, its annual 3000 sales during which some 800,000 lots are traded, the Hôtel Drouot is a hub of the antiques market of French and international art.


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Musée Grévin

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Grévin Museum

10 boulevard Montmartre –75009 Paris –Tél. 01 47 70 85 05

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The Grévin museum is a wax museum in which are exhibited wax figures of celebrities and other famous people. The collection includes not less than 300 wax figures, for example of Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi, as well as of Michael Jackson and Alfred Hitchcock. Many scenes from the history of France have been also re-created. It also includes renderings of epic events of the twentieth century such as man’s first step on the moon and the fall of the Berlin wall.


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Musée Gustave Moreau

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Gustave Moreau Museum

14, rue de la Rochefoucauld – 75009 Paris – Tél. 01 48 74 38 50

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The Museum Gustave Moreau is a national museum, located in the former workroom/ apartment of this Symbolist painter. It was donated to the French state in 1897 for the purpose of preserving and exhibiting his works. The museum accommodates approximately 20 000 works. The most important part of his collection is exhibited here– nearly 850 paintings on cardstock, 350 aquarelles, 15 wax sculptures, and as well there are several works of other artists. The apartments of the artist and his reception have been fully restored to its original state.


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Grands Magasins

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Department Stores

Galeries Lafayette – 40 boulevard Haussmann – 75009 Paris – tel. 01 42 82 34 56

Printemps –64 boulevard Haussmann –75009 Paris –tel. 01 42 82 57 87

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Under the enchanting Art Nouveau stained glass, this department store has become a monument as essential to Paris as the Eiffel Tour or Notre-Dame Cathedral. Considered as the most important shopping center in Europe with its 120 million annual visitors, the Boulevard Haussmann in itself is a city within the city.

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Musée de la vie romantique

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The Museum of Romantic Life

Hôtel Scheffer-Renan 16 rue Chaptal –75009 Paris – tel. 01 49 95 08 64

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The Museum of Romantic Life is located in the neighborhood of «Nouvelle Athènes» in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, in the former residence of the Dutch painter Ary Scheffer. On the ground floor of the house built in 1830, the museum presents souvenirs and objects from the novelist George Sand. Upstairs, the rooms evoke the memory of Ary Scheffer and the philosopher Ernest Renant, who became his nephew by marriage.

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Musée du parfum

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The Parfume Museum

9 rue de Scribe –75009 Paris – tel. 01 47 42 04 56

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This private museum dedicated to the art of perfumery , opened in 1983 in this Napoleon III style hotel particulier. The construction of the building dates back to 1860. The painted ceilings, parquet wood flooring, romantic period stuccos, fireplaces and chandeliers are original to the time when the building was erected and a large part of the interior details have been officially classed as historically protected treasures. During guided tours, you can discover a collection of tools and other artifacts used in perfume production from ancient times until the end of the twentieth century. At the museum you can also experience the perfume production as it was in the nineteenth century in the original Fragonard factory in the village of Grasse of southern France.


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Le Mur des je t'aime

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The Wall of ‘I Love You‘

Square des Abbesses –75018 Paris

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The artist Frédéric Baron, after searching to find translations to the phrase ‘I love you’ in over 300 languages- he undertook to convey these words of endearment by representing the 300 translations on one wall. Built in the heart of Square des Abbesses (18th) in Montmartre, the artist covered an area of 40 m2 with a total of 511 enameled tiles, the wall of I Love You repeats 311 times the most tender, symbolic and romantic phrases.


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La Basilique du sacré Coeur de Montmatre

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Sacré Cœur Basilica of Montmartre

35 rue du Chevalier de la Barre –75018 Paris –Tel. 01 53 41 89 00

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Since ancient times Montmartre has been a place of worship: the Gallic Druids, the Roman temples of Mars and Mercury. It was here that St. Peter’s Church- the oldest church in Paris, was reconstructed near the Royal Abbey of Montmartre in the ХІІ century by King Louis VІ and his wife Adelaide of Savoy. The present basilica of the Sacré-Cœur (Sacred Heart) was built in the late nineteenth century.

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La place du Tertre

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Tertre Square

Place du tertre – 75018 Paris

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This historical square on the top of Montmartre hill is located several meters from the basilica of Sacré-Cœur. This unique place was dreamt and created by artists in the late ’40s. Painters such as Pissarro, Steinlen, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh, Modigliani, Picasso, who lived there, developed artistic movements such as Impressionism, Cubism, Fauvism, Futurism and Surrealism. This square, which evolved into a literal open-air workshop, has become one of the most visited sites in Paris.

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Le Moulin Rouge

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Le Moulin Rouge

82 boulevard de Clichy –75018 Paris –Tel. 01 53 09 82 82

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Established in 1889, the Moulin Rouge set itself the challenge of becoming 'The palace of dance and woman!'.

The challenge was successfully met! A landmark venue for Parisian night life, the venue was immortalized by Toulouse-Lautrec and is world-renowned for the French Cancan and the cabaret's revues. Today, the Moulin Rouge presents the show 'Féerie': 60 artistes on stage for two hours of marvellous entertainment, feathers, sequins, etc.

You can also enjoy a gastronomic French dinner devised by the famous Dalloyau House, in an 850-seat Belle Epoque decor.

All accompanied by champagne!


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