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Passage Brady

Monument in Paris

Built in the first half of the 19th century, Brady Passage is one of only two covered walkways in the 10th district of Paris. Served by the Château d'Eau metro station, it owes its name to one of the owners of the land, a merchant once established at the entrance to the passage on rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis.

216 meters long and 3.5 meters wide, the Brady passage is now listed as a historic monument and hosts many restaurants and hairdressers Indo-Pakistani, Mauritian or Reunion, which earned him the nickname of Little India. Part of it is open today.

Other monuments nearby

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Door Saint-DenisParis
Church Notre-Dame-de-Bonne-NouvelleParis
Church Saint-LaurentParis
Private Mansion BourrienneParis
Convent of the RécolletsParis
House TrouardParis
Grand RexParis


Tuesday 20 june
Min. 15°C - Max. 21°C
Wednesday 21 june
Min. 12°C - Max. 23°C
Thursday 22 june
Min. 11°C - Max. 25°C

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