This gate on a door on the Rue des Francs-Bourgeois (which seems aptly named for a former aristocratic area) still evokes the feeling of aristocratic grandeur.
This plaque commemorates the director and students from a Jewish school that were deported by the Vichy government and executed at Auschwitz. It reinforces the Jewish identity of the area at that time.
This book was featured prominently in a display of books concerning homosexuality in a bookstore window. It was located on the Rue Sainte Croix de la Bretonnerie, which had other spaces of gay culture as well.
The Marais is now a commercial center, as can be seen in the inclusion of not only small boutiques, but also large chain stores such as Sephora.
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