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Little place of warship, free entry, good explanation in English. Hard to compare it to other more famous sites around the city, since there is not too much to see inside, yet it’s worth stopping by for few minutes, of passing this place by.
Important because it is part of the story of the changes that occured to Andalucia. Yes it is one room basically but is quite a miricle it survived in any form. Can be a very peaceful place to visit.
We visited first thing in the...More
It's true, as some have noted, that there is not much to see here except the restored ruins of a former synagogue. But it's important for an understanding of the historic (mis)treatment of Spanish Jews. If you are interested in knowing more, just step across...More
A fascinating synagogue one of only 3 left in Spain but this one is attached to a house and so was not destroyed by the inquisition but was turned into a different usage shows the style and design of medieval synagogues and whilst spartan and...More
This small but well restored site is more than worth the small entry fee. One gets a clear picture of the ways in which life in Islamic lands shaped the aesthetic and cultural tastes of Jews in the Middle Ages.