Rue des Rosiers

This street is the main thoroughfare in the city's Jewish quarter (the Marais is referred to by a specific expression in Yiddish, namely the Pletzl or "square"). With the exception of Saturdays, the Sabbath, crowds of food lovers flock here to buy kosher food, oriental specialities and pastries. Hebrew shop signs remain a distinctive feature of the street, despite the fashion boutiques that are increasingly taking over the district.

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Address : 

rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris

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House of Jean Hérouët
House of Jean Hérouët
Built around 1510 for the treasurer of
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Église Notre-Dame-des-Blancs-Manteaux
Église Notre-Dame-des-Blancs-Manteaux
Dating from 1749, the church's
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Hôtel d'Albret
Hôtel d'Albret
Built in the 16C by the constable of
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Cognacq-Jay Museum
Cognacq-Jay Museum
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Hôtel de Lamoignon
Hôtel de Lamoignon
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Église Notre-Dame-des-Blancs-Manteaux
Église Notre-Dame-des-Blancs-Manteaux
Dating from 1749, the church's
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Hôtel d'Albret
Hôtel d'Albret
Built in the 16C by the constable of
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Hôtel de Lamoignon
Hôtel de Lamoignon
This delightful and popular residence
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