Set right in the heart of the quarter. Here you will find timber-framed houses. The name of this street suggests that it was inhabited by Jewish people at one time, though traces of a synagogue have never been found.
The facade of n°11 rue de la Juiverie, which has held an ancient mystery for centuries : two coloured low-reliefs decorate the wall.
The first one depicts the sad face of a woman with her hair blowing in the wind. The second one is just as mysterious, a seemingly day-dreaming man, semi-lying on a bench. In his hand he has a tortoise, and on his left foot, wings...