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Passage Pommeraye, Nantes
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As the name suggests, Passage Pommeraye is a shopping arcade built along a passage between two streets. Completed in 1843 by Louis Pommeraye, this isn’t your average shopping complex; in fact, the structure was listed as an historic monument in 1976 due to its architectural originality. The mall features Renaissance sculptures and a split floor plan that compensates for a change in height between the two streets. When you’re finished shopping at its high-end boutiques, admire the sculpted beauties that adorn the mall’s pillars instead of advertisements. Plan to visit Passage Pommeraye and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Nantes attractions using our Nantes tour planner.
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  • Very nice old passage serving lots of shops. Original! Most of the shops are decoration, tableware, clothing... Charming décor
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  • A passage or a chic Gallery... it is wonderful! More Christmas decorations were superb! The shops who s there are chic and luxurious. Visit to Nantes it would be a shame not to go.
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  • The architecture is lovely to see but difficult to appreciate when there are tons of people around you. Going early in the morning (i.e., before 10am) allows you to take in the design of the space. Th...  more »