1. Entrance

When glancing upwards at the doorframe of the Blue House, the eye is caught by a pretzel and a roll. Both of them indicate that the owner had the right (in the middle ages: privilege) to work as a baker and innkeeper.

The house was used as an inn for 140 years. There is an indentation on the right side of the doorframe, where the  mezouza, a small capsule containing a prayer scroll, had been fastened.