The traces of medieval Paris and the heritage of the Jewish community are still visible in the neighbourhood known as Le Marais or “The Marsh”. Today, this area is very fashionable, and has an avant-garde reputation because of its trendy bars and chic boutiques. The medieval history of Paris still shows: the Hôtel de Ville (city hall) and its esplanade is where many executions took place, remnants of the city walls and wooded houses, alleys, secret courtyards… Before the Second World War, the Jewish community was living mostly in Le Marais, and its where the Mémorial de la Shoah (Holocaust museum) is located, and you can still find a number of kosher butchers, synagogues as well as book stores and restaurants of Jewish heritage. Discovering Le Marais, its exploring the many identities of Paris through the centuries.
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