This area used to be Jewish and now none are there, except for brass plates on the sidewalks every so often, like in Berlin, marking the Jews who once lived there until they were taken away to be murdered.
Strange, but visit so the history is remembered and the memories are retained.
Other reviewers have seemed surprised that this is not now a Jewish neighborhood. Keep in mind that this name originated in the 17th century. In the 1940's the Germans and their local collaborators emptied out this neighborhood, as well as many others throughout Europe and elsewhere, and sent the residents to concentration camps from which very few returned. So it...