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No. 15, Xenopol Street


16th-18th century

The rural type house is formed of a basement and a ground floor, with the shorter wing looking onto the street. It displays three windows protected by adjustable slat shutters. It preserves the medieval cellars with semi-cylindrical arches.

It is the oldest house on this street.
Josef Drotleff’s printing house functioned here between 1850 and 1877.