Passage Choiseul runs between Rue des Petits Champs and Rue St-Augustin and still maintains some of its original charm. The Palladian window at the north end is beautifully designed. It was built in 1825 by the architect Travernier and is one of the only passages which has not been altered since its construction.
It was here that the author Louis-Ferdinand Céline lived as a boy, a period and location vividly recounted in his novel Death on Credit
between Rue des Petits Champs
and Rue St-Augustin