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No. 9, 9 Mai Street


18th century; 19th-20th century

Basement, ground floor and upper floor building, having a drained layout, seven axes on the upper floor. Ridged mansard roof with five big rectangular skylights on the first ridge with broken down-grade. Abobe these there are two eye skylights.

A house shop with carpets, Marcus Friedmann cushions, opened in 1892 and reopened in 1934.