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Genuine Japanese Pagoda dated from the 19th century. A Temple of cinema listed as a ''Monument historique'' since 1990. The cinema has one Japanese screening room and a Japanese garden, and an other screening room.
I don't know where this pretty red building from pictures went but it's not there. I was there on first May which is a holiday in France. The place was locked up. It may be due to the holiday but it looked like it was...More
I came here it's all boarded up. I walked along the road looking for the La pagoda building. I was surprise it now a cinema its not what use to be. There a long walls around the building, There no point coming here if you...More
I met up with my youngest daughter, who is at Uni at York and I now live in Biscarrosse where I'm opening my Pilates/ Kettle Bells Studio so we are both busy and stressed.Paris is always a joy, and this little gem of a cinema...More
La Pagode lives up to all the reviews We recently sought it out during a weekend trip to Paris and were delighted with the cinema itself and the film we saw. I hope lots of people visit because it looks as if it is in...More
La Pagode was built by the director of the department store Le Bon Marché, a very rich man. In that time, around 1896, as a gift to his wife, who left him a year later unfortunately. At that time in Paris it was very much...More
Having pre-booked tickets to a subtitled film at Le Pagode, we were really looking forward to resting our feet and watching some great cinema. Unfortunately, we arrived late after having difficulty map reading but were kindly let in to the screen and seated. It really...More
I came to this place by a twist of fate.They say that on times when you are lost you find some wonderful sights, this one took my breath away! It is without question the most beautiful cinema I shall ever see. Part of me wants...More
This is a great little cinema in Paris. They have movies in English with French subtitles, check the schedule. It is worth a quiet few hours to take in a movie at this classic cinema. Sit a enjoy the garden; read the story of the...More
This cinema is a 19th century architectural wonder. It's petite with very cosy gardens and a magical Japanese influence throughout - as this was the trend in Paris at the time. The cinema itself offers only 3 screens (think a 4th one is opening soon)....More
With the Eiffel Tower at its core, the Invalides area of Paris is guaranteed to impress. Golden towers and Baron Haussmann's urban vision meet military precision, stretching avenues, and luscious lawns. The area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon, the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants and at the weekend markets, families, diplomats, and
politicians brush shoulders with the tourists who come to see this postcard-perfect area for themselves.