El Palacio de los Olvidados, Granada
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  • Museum dedicated to the methods of torture used, there are two floors and each object has its explanation (English-Spanish), entrance are 4 young 5 adults
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  • In a city as Granada, in which lived during both time them three religions, Christian, Hebrew and Muslim, not could miss a Museum, in which is show, the form of life, the Customs and the day to day of them Jewish Sephardic. Your access is easy from the walk of the Darro, one of the more beautiful of the city.
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  • We happened on this little Museum by chance and decided to visit. The first floor is a harsh reminder of man's inhumanity to man. It houses various instruments of torture used during the Inquisition w...  more »
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  • Oh wow! You wonder what tortured minds thought up these devious and evil methods of torture and death. From water boarding (as used by the CIA) through to The Rack, various devices designed to seperate limbs from bodies, spikes and Garots it is horrifying. There is also a small museum for the local Sephardic Jews who were converted during the Inquisition.
  • It was by chance that we discover this place. We allowed the receptionist to convince us to see the flamenco show. We made the good choice. Five artists at their best in singing, dancing, playing guitar and even in serving us some pastries and local liquors. All in a very intimate atmosphere
  • Disappointing that it focuses on torture more than Jewish history
  • When I visited it I see not anything special. Friendly attendants and cared for the Palace
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  • Quite interesting and at the same time unknown. It makes a good memory of these lands Jewish culture.
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