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Mid 19th century housing for poor 'child-rich' families initiated by Roman Catholic charity. Originally the inhabitants used a common latrine. Only in 1952 each dwelling got its own toilet. Somehow the neighborhood which is very centrally located escaped demolition by project developers. Nowadays the seven...More