Obscure Passages



The Great Palace of Paris

The Great Palace of Paris

Localization: Paris - France.

Destination: Unknown.

Discovered by:
Philippe Koechlin.

Ferryman: No.

Status: Possible opening.

Means: Passages.


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   The file of the Great Palace of Paris is an extremely enthralling and relatively exhaustive file which highlights several indices and coincidences making it possible to raise the question of the Passage in this famous place of Paris.

   Built between 1896 and 1900, the Great Palace of Paris should have been, according to its designer, the nail of the World Fair of 1900. This first index does not fail to recall that several Passage places are supposed to have situated on the site of World Fairs like that of Montreal in 1967 and that of Hanover in 2000. The comparisons however are multiple concerning this place, in particular with the Law courts of Bruxelles and the multitude of these comparisons lets plane strong presumptions on the existence of a Passage in this building.

   Unfortunately, the suspicions are based only on very meticulous symbolic and factual searches. For as much, no concrete testimony never came to support this so beautiful assumption. The conviction of the decouvror of this place according to which a Passage should have been revealed at December 1999 moreover was ever confirmed ruining by this fact the hopes of many Obscurologues which finally believed to see their search on the point to succeed. The file remains open...