Situé dans le 4e arrondissement de Paris, le Pletzl, (פלעצל, prononcer Pletzel, petite place en yiddish, la « place Saint-Paul » ou « place des Juifs », par opposition à la grande place, celle des Vosges) est le quartier juif le plus célèbre de Paris, datant du XIIIe siècle.

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  • Situé dans le 4e arrondissement de Paris, le Pletzl, (פלעצל, prononcer Pletzel, petite place en yiddish, la « place Saint-Paul » ou « place des Juifs », par opposition à la grande place, celle des Vosges) est le quartier juif le plus célèbre de Paris, datant du XIIIe siècle. Il a connu un renouveau important à la fin du XIXe et dans la première moitié du XXe siècle (jusqu'à la Seconde Guerre mondiale), où il accueillit des dizaines de milliers de juifs ashkénazes yiddishophones d'Europe de l'Est fuyant les persécutions et les pogroms. Il comptait alors de nombreux magasins, commerces alimentaires, librairies et restaurants typiques, et toute une animation le faisant ressembler à un petit Shtetl situé en plein Paris.
  • Pletzl (Yidiş: פלעצל, anlam: "küçük yer") Paris'in 4. arrondissement'inde bulunan Yahudi çeyreğidir. Place Saint-Paul ve çevresine, 19. yüzyılın sonu ve 20. yüzyılın başında göçmenlerle artan Yahudi nüfusu sebebiyle Yidiş dilinde "küçük yer" anlamına gelen gayri resmi bir isim olan Pletzl denir. 13. yüzyılda evlerinden kovulan Parisli Yahudiler Le Marais'e yerleştiler. (Le Marais zamanında şehir duvarlarının dışında kalıyordu.) Zaman içinde Doğu Avrupa ve Kuzey Afrika'dan gelen göçlerle cemaat mozaikleşip kültürel açıdan zenginleşti. Bölgedeki sinagoglar, kasap dükkânları, Yahudi şarküterileri ve falafel dükkânları yerel halkın sosyal ve kültürel dokusunu karakterize eder.Cemaatin en karanlık dönemi II. Dünya Savaşında Nazilerle işbirliği yapan Vichy Fransası zamanıdır. Bu dönemde Yahudiler evlerinden zorla alınıp toplama kamplarına yerleştirildiler. Bugün ise cemaat aşırı dindardır ve biri art nouveau stilinde olmak üzere bölgedeki üç sinagogdan birine giderler.
  • The Pletzl (פלעצל, "little place" in the Yiddish language) is the Jewish quarter in the fourth arrondissement of Paris, France. The Place Saint-Paul and the surrounding area were, unofficially, named the Pletzl when the neighborhood became predominantly Jewish because of an influx of immigrants at the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth.When the Parisian Jews were expelled from the city 600 years ago, it was here in the Marais district that they settled. (The Marais was just outside the city wall at the time.) The depth and diversity of the community have grown over the years through immigration from Eastern Europe and North Africa. The area is now characterised by its synagogues, butchers, Jewish delicatessens, and falafel vendors, which provide a social and cultural fabric for its inhabitants.The darkest days for this community came during the Second World War, when Vichy collaboration with the Nazis resulted in the raids in which many residents were abducted and sent off to death camps. Today, the community is an Orthodox one, extremely religious, and most citizens belong to one of the three local synagogues; one located at 17, rue des Rosiers, another at 25, rue des Rosiers and the one at 10, rue Pavée, an art nouveau temple designed by Hector Guimard, famous for his work on the Paris Métro.
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  • Situé dans le 4e arrondissement de Paris, le Pletzl, (פלעצל, prononcer Pletzel, petite place en yiddish, la « place Saint-Paul » ou « place des Juifs », par opposition à la grande place, celle des Vosges) est le quartier juif le plus célèbre de Paris, datant du XIIIe siècle.
  • The Pletzl (פלעצל, "little place" in the Yiddish language) is the Jewish quarter in the fourth arrondissement of Paris, France. The Place Saint-Paul and the surrounding area were, unofficially, named the Pletzl when the neighborhood became predominantly Jewish because of an influx of immigrants at the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth.When the Parisian Jews were expelled from the city 600 years ago, it was here in the Marais district that they settled.
  • Pletzl (Yidiş: פלעצל, anlam: "küçük yer") Paris'in 4. arrondissement'inde bulunan Yahudi çeyreğidir. Place Saint-Paul ve çevresine, 19. yüzyılın sonu ve 20. yüzyılın başında göçmenlerle artan Yahudi nüfusu sebebiyle Yidiş dilinde "küçük yer" anlamına gelen gayri resmi bir isim olan Pletzl denir. 13. yüzyılda evlerinden kovulan Parisli Yahudiler Le Marais'e yerleştiler.
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