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Glamorous and bohemian, the bar, restaurant and Parisian club invites you to travel through Latin American cultures, with the smell of shamans and Mother Earth.

From the beaches of Tulum in Mexico, through the favelas of Rio de Janeiro and the streets of Buenos Aires, to the symbols of pre-Columbian cultures and the myths that refer to Mother Earth. That is the baroque cocktail that can be found in the decoration of Pachamama, a club, bar and restaurant located in the Latin Quarter of Paris, in a historic building of the nineteenth century designed by Gustave Eiffel, which opened its doors in October 2017.

Throughout its three floors and its 3000 m2, with capacity to hold up to a thousand people, each corner of Pachamama proposes its own identity, exploring lost places in Latin America with a neo-vintage colonial style. Carousels, religious memorabilia, period pieces and accessories from different periods are combined in a fictional journey through the world in this interior design proposal by the set designer Ludovic Messager and the art director Cyril Peret, author of extravagant and exotic interiors.

Even the smallest detail is carefully chosen and located to create an exotic, e