The alleys of the Call or Jewish Quarter

Antiguedades Pio Carreiras

Sant Sever, 3

  Middle Age

The alleys of the Call or Jewish Quarter

Within the limits of the Call had up to 8 deadlocks (o cul-de-sac) within the islands. Only the current streets of St. Philip Neri has remained a way, the rest are missing. (Image: Street of St. Philip Neri and St. Severus. Plant excavations of 2001 (according to N. Nolasco).

Antiguedades Pio Carreiras

Sant Sever, 3

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There were about 8 dead end streets within the Call area but only one is currently a street, the one at Carrer de Sant Felip Neri. The rest of them have been destroyed. The entrance to the old medieval Jewish property in this spot was at the alley named Colom (currently Sant Felip Neri) that was a dead end. The latest owner was Moixé Bonsenyor Gracià, a reputed member of the Jewish community in Barcelona. In the 18th century, this building was the house of the Marquis of Gironella and it was rebuilt in 1833. In medieval times, the house sat on the northern edge of Call Major, which was in the northwest section of the old Barcino. In Roman times, Carrer de la Volta (vault) , currently Carrer de Sant Sever and Baixada de Santa Eulalia,  followed the cardo minor, which was parallel to the cardo maximos, currently Carrer del Call.

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