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Casa de Sefarad, Cordoba

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web
Enter Casa de Sefarad, an old house in the heart of the city’s Jewish Quarter, and uncover a museum of Judeo-Spanish (Sephardic) culture. Learn about Sephardic history and traditions through the museum’s exhibits and cultural activities. Wander through the five exhibition rooms concerning celebrations and holidays; domestic life; women from Al-Andalus, the Jewish quarter of Córdoba; and Sephardic music. To further enrich your understanding, take a guided tour. Purchase some Sephardic handicrafts or CD of Sephardic music from the gift shop. See Casa de Sefarad and all Cordoba has to offer by arranging your trip with our Cordoba travel itinerary maker.
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  • Essential to know a little more about the culture, and the Sephardic life. Different thematic rooms very well equipped in terms of material exhibiting and climate that is generated. I recommend knowing it emphatically.
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  • This is a nice Museum of Jewish history in Cordoba with emphasis on the RAMBAM. I enjoyed it a lot. It ua compact and efficient and right across from the old synagogue and very close to the statue of ...  read more »
  • Very nice building with great architecture. Nice neighbourhood. The old city center available on feet. 
  • A really really good museum !!! It holds a beautiful exhibition of Jewish-Spanish (Sefaradim) colture. Very worthy visiting.
  • An excellent little museum well worth visiting for another perspective on local history with particular (but not exclusive) reference to Jewish peoples living in Cordoba.
  • The Museum is quite few interesting, in my opinion. A room with a bric à brac of Sephardic everyday objects at the bottom, a patio with a few panels on Jewish holidays and a gallery upstairs to Maimonides and seating on the Inquisition. The Museum relies primarily on panels lardés a little stodgy texts (versions on sheets laminated in french and other languages distributed at the entrance). May be dispensed of this Museum without regret.
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  • To visit absolutely! Special mention for the guide in french; inquire at the reception on the schedules of guided tours.
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  • A magical place where culture oozes from every pore of their magical walls!
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