Sculptural Stairways. One of the interesting architectural features in some Jewish Orthodox neighborhoods, built at the end of the 19th century, are external stairways with “sculptural qualities”. These arched stone structures enrich the urban-architectural texture of the narrow courtyards of the neighborhoods and relieve the monotony of the long façades of the housing blocks. Most of these stairways are located in the Batei Ungarin Neighborhood, North of the City Center.