Rue Juiverie

Interesting
Forced out in the 14C the Jews were replaced by Italian bankers who built sumptuous houses, like the hôtel Paterin (also called «maison Henri IV») at No. 4, the hôtel Bullioud with Philibert Delorme gallery (n° 8), Antoine Groslier de Servières's house (No. 10), the dwelling at No. 20, the Baronat house (No. 22), the Dugas house (au No. 23). On the corner, where this street meets with la place Saint-Paul, you will see the palais de la Miniature (Miniature Palace)

Useful information

Adresse : 

rue de la Juiverie

Nearby tourist attractions

Hôtel Bullioud
Hôtel Bullioud
In the 2nd courtyard of this hotel you
15 minutes
Rue Lainerie
Rue Lainerie
Despite the obvious changes, this street
15 minutes
Ruelle Punaise
Ruelle Punaise
On a slope, this narrow lane, which was
15 minutes
Montée du Change
Montée du Change
This «montée» (climb) will take you to
15 minutes
Place du Change
Place du Change
This is the old site of the drapery
15 minutes
Gadagne Musées (Museums)
Gadagne Musées (Museums)
The name Gadagne comes from powerful
30 minutes
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Hôtel Bullioud
Hôtel Bullioud
In the 2nd courtyard of this hotel you
15 minutes
Rue Lainerie
Rue Lainerie
Despite the obvious changes, this street
15 minutes
Ruelle Punaise
Ruelle Punaise
On a slope, this narrow lane, which was
15 minutes
See all