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The Panorama Passage was built in 1800 and owes its name to the two towers, 17 meters in diameter and more than 20 meters high, which displayed gigantic painted canvases.
The panoramas disappeared in 1831 but the passage continues to attract walkers thanks to its many stores and its gas lighting, a first at the time.
It falls into oblivion for many years but finds a new life in the last 10 years thanks to the many gourmet addresses that have opened their doors. Nevertheless, the old signs can still be admired, and some historical philatelists still resist. But for how long?