Behind Montmartre and the Sacré-Coeur, the Jules Joffrin district extends as far as Saint-Ouen. Densely populated, this working class district of Paris has almost 65,000 inhabitants. As on the neighboring hills, vines were grown there until urbanization swallowed up all agricultural activities. This lively district of Paris, often overlooked by tourists, is rich with cultural diversity. The district became part of the city of Paris in 1860 when the communes of Montmartre and La Chapelle were annexed by the capital.