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Passage Pommeraye, Nantes

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Neighborhood · Shopping
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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. Quickly create a custom-made itinerary for Nantes using our trip planner.
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  • This is an ornate and beautiful shopping passage set over three levels with an ornate staircase in the middle. It is a must see whilst in town. 
    This is an ornate and beautiful shopping passage set over three levels with an ornate staircase in the middle. It is a must see whilst in town.  more »
  • I don’t know why it is on top of things to do. It is just a small shopping center with not the best shops. Just interesting place to see if you are nearby but not a place where you should go 
    I don’t know why it is on top of things to do. It is just a small shopping center with not the best shops. Just interesting place to see if you are nearby but not a place where you should go  more »
  • The architecture is definitely worth admiring but the shops within are disappointing. Glad we visited but I wouldn’t do so again. 
    The architecture is definitely worth admiring but the shops within are disappointing. Glad we visited but I wouldn’t do so again.  more »
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  • Wonderful 1843 glass and iron retail arcade designed by Jean-Baptiste Buron and Hippolyte Durand. Well worth a visit and to shop.
  • Exceptionally well conserved typical French passage, with all sorts of shops. The architecture is stunning.
  • One of the most beautiful covered passage I've visited in France. Just Amazing 🤩
  • Very original shopping mall. Art nouveau style. Plenty of upscale, fashion or new items for sale. Nice to stroll around too. You can also have a coffee there to admire the scenery and passers by.
  • Old legacy building of Nantes. Some nice stores znd coffee shops available. No lift but have to go upstairs by foot.

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