The Passage Molière is a pedestrian street in the west of the 3 rd. It is oriented east / west, starting at the east at 157 rue Saint-Martin and ending 46 m further at 82 rue Quincampoix . The passage is perpendicular to these two ways. The passage crosses the block of buildings, starting on both sides by a porch. Except at the ends, when it passes under the buildings, it is not covered. It has a paved ground, slightly sloping so as to form a stream in the middle. The numbers of the buildings do not follow the Parisian usage (even numbers on one side, odd on the other, growing in the same direction): they start on the right side of the passage at its eastern end and then increase sequentially on this side heading west. From the western end, the numbers increase on the other side, turning back. They follow a progression in the opposite direction of the clock from the entrance on the street Saint-Martin.
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