THE SEPHARDIC HOUSE. JEWISH CULTURE IN GRANADA.
Although the name of Granada itself is of Jewish origin and there were great Sephardi who contributed greatly to the splendor and development of the city, there are hardly any historical vestiges that allow us to guess the presence of this community in Granada.
The collection is made up of objects and documents from various eras, ranging from lamps of the second century to hanukkiyahs of the twentieth century. Through the exhibition and explanation of these pieces the visitor is offered a normally unknown point of view, the Jew, which is not usually counted in the travel guides and which is one more piece of the puzzle of the city's history. The exhibition is divided into six rooms organized by theme. Before immersing visitors in them, a brief historical introduction is offered.
Visit now the temporary exhibition of the Sephardic House together with The Inquisition