Passage du Havre

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Passage du Havre
Entrance of the Passage du Havre, Rue de Caumartin
Length 115 m (377 ft)
Width 3.65 m (12.0 ft)
Arrondissement 9th
Quarter Chaussée d'Antin
From 69 rue de Caumartin
To 109 rue Saint-lazare
Completion 1845

Passage du Havre is one of the covered passages of Paris. Formerly geared towards fish shops and railway modelling (Hornby, La Maison du Train), the arcade was rebuilt in the late 1990s as a modern mall at the time as the construction of Paris' RER E underground railway line, to welcome new shops more in keeping with the Quartier de l'Opéra-Saint Lazare, the heart of Paris major business district.

The passage is near Gare Saint-Lazare and opposite the Hôtel Concorde (the station's hotel). It begins at Place du Havre and leads onto Rue de Caumartin where it ends.

The shopping centre is owned and maintained by Eurocommercial Properties N.V..[1]

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Coordinates: 48°52′30″N 2°19′40″E / 48.87500°N 2.32778°E / 48.87500; 2.32778