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Visit Jewish Girona

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Unraveling the Girona's Jewish quarter

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Located on the ancient Roman Via Augusta, an important crossroad from north to south, this small Catalan city hosts a surprising and incredible Jewish history. Famed as having one of the best preserved Jewish quarters in Europe, Girona was an important rabbinical center, an important center of Kabbalah, birthplace of famous Rabbi Nahmanides, reaching cultural grandeur in the 13th and 14th centuries. Today, Girona is a centre/leader of research and investigation into the story of the Catalan Jews. Join Marc and Eva in this online walking tour through the stunning streets of Girona as they deconstruct ideas of cohabitation, coexistence, convenience and what daily life looked for the Jewish community of the Middle Ages.

The Jewish cultural platform Mozaika is a non-profit association, which has been working on the revitalization of Jewish culture and heritage in Barcelona for ten years. Three years ago, Mozaika founded the Casa Adret project, Barcelona’s first Jewish cultural center. Located in the middle of the old Call (Jewish quarter of Barcelona), Casa Adret is a hub where initiatives of all kinds related to Jewish culture and history are developed: conferences, literature festivals, concerts, research projects, interfaith-dialogue forums, tours and culinary experiences that allow you to discover the exciting history, past and present, of the Jewish community of Barcelona.

By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are supporting the revival and survival of Jewish cultural and heritage projects!

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