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Cost: $4.71 USD (4.00 EUR)

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Once connected by underground tunnel to the Sinagoga in those bygone days of cloak and dagger worship, Casa de Sefarad remains a veritable treasure trove of Sephardic-Judaic-Spanish tradition. This pint sized museum champions a refreshing take on the traditions of Al-Andalus with an especial focus on music and women intellectuals (poets, singers and thinkers) . The library of Sephardic history is well worth a conscientious perusal as is the well-stocked souvenir shop. Live music recitals and story readings running most of the year bring Sephardic traditions to life.

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