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"Next to the Place des Victoires and the Place des Deux Ecus where the Notre Dame des Victoires church resides, a marvel," says Capucine Goughenheim Geagea of this historic indoor shopping arcade. The Passage Vivienne dates to the 19th century when it was designed to protect Paris' pedestrians from mud and horse-drawn carriages. Today Geagea describes it as "one of those unusual, romantic places that Paris has to offer. Here you can find the charming Bistrot Vivienne, art and decoration galleries including Pierre Gonalons, fashion boutiques such as Jean-Paul Gaultier, the store "Si Tu Veux" which sells beautiful wooden toys, and the tea room "A Priori Thé" to drink herbal infusions and enjoy good homemade cakes under the canopy."