Sant Jeroni square, on the limit of the call, was chosen for the construction here – financed by the Jewish collective – of the Santa Fe (Holy Faith) church. Leaving the square, Calders street again meets Montserrat street which gives out onto Porta del Mar street, in the heart of the tanners´ district. Where it crosses with Calatrava street recalls another of the orders connected with Palma which arises where, at one time, the gate of the same name was situated.
On January 12th, 1493, Fernando the Catholic expelled the Jews from Sicily. The Cammarata synagogue on the island had to shed itself of those assets which were hard to transport. This included two worked silver Rimonim, of Gothic tradition and bearing Hebrew inscriptions. According to the historian Gabriel Llompart, these were sold by some Jews to the Majorcan merchant Francesc Puig, who in 1493, sent them as an offering to the Virgin of the cathedral of Majorca. The merchants who took part in the purchase-sale were Francesc Puig, Anthoni Serra on behalf of the Cathedral´s chapterhouse. Once on the island, some long silver bars were added, which are those which can be seen today. They were thus Christianised, becoming scepters of Primicerius or singer in certain solemn Cathedral acts. For instance, in 1634 the Rimonim that were converted into scepters, were used for the chanting of short responsories which were carried out at the end of the Little Hours and carried out by two capitulants. The Rimonim had various Hebrew inscriptions. The inscribed words include six which are precisely the six names that give psalm 18 (19) to the Law of God, in its second part: Torat, Hedut, Piqqude, Misvat, Yrhat, Mishpete. The candlestick holders of the headers bear the legend: En la sinagoga de los judíos de Cammarata / el Señor la guarde. Amén
Situated at Marqués del Palmer Square which marks the northern limit of the Minor Call, the architectonic modernism of Casa Forteza Rey serves as a symbol of the survival of these great families of xuetas, descendants of Majorcan Jews that either were conversos (forcible converts to Christianity) or were Crypto-Jews, forced to keep their religion hidden.