Hidden behind the blue door Who can imagine the wealth that lies behind the blue door at No. 22 of the Jewish street? Immediately upon entry, visitors are retrieved over time, they are brought back to the historical print shop in 1900. Once on the glass-covered courtyard behind the 'house' at number 22 (national monument), the surprise is even greater. There is a chapel building built around 1850 on behalf of Monkeigneur Rutten. The chapel is one of the few existing Vincentius chapels in the Netherlands. Currently the chapel is set as a presentation room of the 'Regout Workplace' (lower floor) and the work of the artist René Glaser (upper floor).