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Passage, Roosendaal

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  • Unexpected in a small provincial city you enter a passage in the shopping area and suddenly you find yourself in 19th century Italy. A band of older men singing the original Italian version of Mama. I...  more »
  • The Passage has been renovated in an Italian Style som 5 years ago. Either you love it or you hate it. So in anycase worthwile visiting to discover your own taste in architecture. There are very nice ...  more »
  • Photos don't do it justice and stop for coffee or lunch so you can ask waiter to point out the hidden secrets including the architects hiding in the band  more »
  • Probably the best decorated part of the Roosendaal shopping centre, though the shops themselves are a bit of a let-down. Many open spots, the shops that ARE there are mostly fit for women only ;) Milano at the centre is a lovely place to eat!
  • This is an unique shopping center.
  • If you like camp, this is for you. A fake Italian shopping centre with dummies singing and a fake Columbus proclaiming his success. Too bad so many of the shops are vacant.
  • Pretty passage however hardly any shops! Most shops are empty.
  • Nice