The ancient Carrer dels Banys Freds (cold baths)

Porcelanas Pepa.

Arc de Sant Ramón del Call, 5

  Middle Age

The ancient Carrer dels Banys Freds (cold baths)

This site was in the confluence of two areas of cultural and religious significance in the Call: Banys Freds (cold baths) and the Synangoge dels Francesos (French Synagogue).

Porcelanas Pepa.

Arc de Sant Ramón del Call, 5

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Its first name, Banys Freds, was due to the Mihkve.It was a ritual bath were Jewish people were purified by immersion in running water. Medieval documents describe that there were two cold baths in this same street at the time. The old layout of Carrer dels Banys Freds was very irregular, forming a number four shape.  At the end of the street there was an alley that led to Baixada de Santa Eulalia. A long vault that led straight to the castle via a flyover covered the southern section. This vault, that named the street, still appears in photographs taken in the late 19th century. Just in front of this street there were several synagogues, rabbinical schools (Yeshiva) and pious foundations (Hebrew hqdš; there is a commemorative tombstone for Samuel ha-Sardi embedded in the facade of number 1 at Carrer Marlet). All these important buildings are documented since the 13th century and they helped Barcelona become a well reputed city, a center of Jewish wisdom.

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