Friday, August 30, 2013

Passage Jouffroy VIII

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Passage Jouffroy

Just adjacent to the Café Grevin (yesterday's post),
is one of the entrances to Passage Jouffroy.

Almost two centuries old, the iron and glass ceilings remain.  
There are a few shops that have not changed over the years, 
but you will note the candy shop sign which I have seen all over Europe.  

The lamps that line both sides of the passage are my favorite detail.

bon weekend

Passage Jouffroy
10-12, boulevard Montmartre
9, rue de la Grange Batelière
75009 Paris


Starman said...

After leaving Musée Grevin, Passage Jouffroy was a pleasant surprise.

Cezar and Léia said...

A moment in the city, I love this kind of picture, very well captured!

Malyss said...

There's a shop of doll houses there that I love very much! This passage is one of my favorite places in Paris.

M said...

What a great place to explore! Your B&W capture is wonderfully rich in details.

Jeanie said...

I should like to be right there, right now. What a great photo -- so much atmosphere!

Alexa said...

Great shot, Genie! I love les passages de Paris, but this is one of my faves.

Randy said...

Nice looking place and photo.

Jack said...

Nice one, Genie, and a good one to show in black and white. You placed the man's purposeful strides at the right spot.

Daryl said...

oh i am adding this to my wanna see list

Virginia said...

I think we've both been here and I was wondering about the passage. Merci!