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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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  • Whenever I go back to Nantes, the passage Pommeraye is still a place that I recall! It feels like a King down that staircase orne of statues and one especially enchanting scenery there people
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  • It is of a building with charm and quite stylish. There are three floors with different types of 'craft' shops. The truth is that not called me too much attention, but it is nice to see if you pass by there...
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  • It is curious this gallery in three heights. Tents are not particularly attractive, but the gallery itself is well worth the visit.
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