A splendid Baroque building, this is one of the very few remaining traces of the ghetto
period (of which there are three buildings in all). While there are no documents to prove it, locally it is believed that this building used to be the residence for the community’s rabbis.
The building was remodelled in the second half of the 17th century. Its interiors have now been completely renovated, and it stands out among the street’s more modern style of architecture due to its imposing corner façade, which is ornately decorated with friezes and mascarons. Between the windows of the ground and first floors, six refined stucco panels depict buildings and city panoramas mentioned in the Bible.
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