The Charm of Santa Cruz: Exploring Seville, Spain’s Jewish Quarter with Jose Luis Angeles
Seville’s Santa Cruz quarter was formerly the city’s famous Jewish quarter. Its maze of streets and their evocative names give a good idea of what the city was like in 1492. During a live, virtual tour with Jose Luis Angeles, stroll around the Calle de la Judería, Callejón del Agua, Plaza de la Alianza, Marmoles the Roman Temple, and more. Located in the center of Seville, the charming, whitewashed facades, flowers, and patios of Santa Cruz give a feel for daily life of Sepharad. See a small remnant of the wall that surrounded the Jewish quarter, and two of the city’s four synagogues that were converted into churches San Bartolomé and Santa María la Blanca.
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