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Not far from the museum, the theme of which is associated with the birth of a Jewish boy, is a Jewish street. It was the Jewish ghetto of Salzburg. It existed until 1498, when the next expulsion of the Jews took place this time inspired by the Spanish Isabella and Ferdinand. Despite this event, 22 years later, in 1520, 5 years after the start of Langom’s rule and 5 years before the big peasant uprising, a sign on the corner of the former Jewish street and the old Town Hall, known in medieval Germany as Judensau. This is an image of a pig feeding Jewish babies. It was dismantled during the reign of the city of Archbishop Jerome Koloredsky in 1785 - the time of revolution in Paris and the writing of the Marriage of Figaro to Mozart. Translated with Google Translate

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