These two arrondissements make up the neighborhood known as Le Marias. In the 3e, known as the Upper Marias, you’ll find top museums like the Musée National Picasso and Musée Carnavalet, which is devoted to the history of Paris. Here you’ll also find Synagogue de Nazareth, which is the oldest synagogue in Paris and The Marche des Enfants Rouges, which is the oldest covered market in France. The neighborhood is home to hip cafes and design ateliers. In the 4e you’ll find cultural highlights like the Centre Pompidou , Notre Dame (although it is currently closed), National Museum of Modern Art and the Old Jewish District.