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Poignant and instructive history of the Safadi Jews

Set on several floors, one should allow at least one hour to absorb most of the exhibits. Dont miss... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
steph c
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London, United Kingdom
A lesson about Judaism

I have learned a lot about great people from the Sepahardic community, mainly about Maimonides... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
RHorea
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Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Set on several floors, one should allow at least one hour to absorb most of the exhibits. Dont miss the 'diet' recommended by Maimonedes.Fascinating.

Date of experience: February 2019
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear friend, thank you very much for visiting us and your review. We agree our Museum worth time to visit calmly. Maimonides had many fascinating aspects to learn about. Kind regards, Esther Sánchez Casa de Sefarad Manager

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have learned a lot about great people from the Sepahardic community, mainly about Maimonides. tragic fate generated by religious intolerance. But also hope, from Corto Maltese and his free spirit...

Date of experience: February 2019
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear friend, thank you very much for visiting us and your positive review. We are really glad you enjoyed, and learnt, in our Museum with both the permanent and temporary exhibits. Kind regards, Esther Sánchez Casa de Sefarad

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

In the middle of the jewish quarter in the old city, this house tells the history of sepharadic jews in the region and their sufferings during inquisition. Worth visiting

Date of experience: March 2019
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Dear friend, thank you very much for your visit and review. We are glad you enjoyed our Museum. Kind regards, Esther Sánchez Casa de Sefarad Manager

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A house museum, for the memory of Iberian Judaism and very beautiful. It has a temporary exhibition about the author of the Corto Maltese, of Sephardic origin, and a very interesting guided tour. To finish a small recital of Sephardic songs "vive voce"More

Date of experience: April 2018
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear friend, thank you very much for your visit and review. We are glad you enjoyed our Museum through one of our guided tours, available in Spanish, English and French. Listening Alex' songs is very special for our visitors, to connect also emotionally with this...More

Reviewed February 4, 2019

I visited with my family Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada in February-March 2018. All 3 cities are well prepared to welcome tourists interested in knowing the history of Andalusia. Besides visiting the beautiful cathedral-mosques and Alcazares of the region, I have a special interest in knowing...More

Date of experience: March 2018
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded February 6, 2019

Dear friend, thank you very much for your visit and generous and extent review. We can add very litlle to what you've written. Kind regards, Esther Sánchez Casa de Sefarad Manager

Reviewed January 22, 2019

I was really looking forward to visiting this museum, especially as the synagogue was closed on the day we visited (a Monday). This place does serve an important role in educating the general population about the Sephardic Jews who lived in Spain and contributed so...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded January 26, 2019

Dear friend, we are sorry you felt disappointed. We have guided tours in different languages, sometimes including singing, but it is normally necesary to book them in advance, so we can properly organize our schedules. It is true that our Jewish objects are not coming...More

Reviewed January 20, 2019

This is a very well-done museum of Jewish life and contribution to Cordoban life before the 1492 expulsion. We spent over an hour here, reading all the displays and admiring the building and artifacts. I would have liked to know more about the probable function...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded January 26, 2019

Dear Lyndie, thank you very much for your visit and positive review. We know very little on the house origins, only that was built during the first half of the 14th Century, when this was the Jewish Quarter. It is true that it is almost...More

Reviewed January 4, 2019 via mobile

The museum is small, but filled with lots of valuable information. It taught me more about the inquisition and life of Sephardic Jews than I had known before. During our visit, one of the tour guides sang songs in ladino and other languages, which was...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded January 5, 2019

Dear friend, thank very much for your visit and positive review. We have much more information and plans than space, as you say. We are very glad you could listen our guide Alex singing, listening our Jews' music alive again in Cordoba is very moving....More

Reviewed January 4, 2019

Interesting displays on two floors, most items seem to be 19th century forward rather than pre Inquisition. Perhaps not worth a separate trip other than someone specifically interested in the topic, but it's in old town so not out of the way, and give a...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded January 5, 2019

Dear friend, thank you very much for your visit and review. The Jewish objects from our collection come from different Sephardic communities over Europe and the Mediterranean world (Morocco, Tunis, Italy, Egipt, Turkey, Greece, Bosnia i Hercegovina, Amsterdam) between the 18 and 20 centuries. In...More

Reviewed December 29, 2018 via mobile

Very important to visit and understand the history and culture of the Jews in Spain. A must see, especially since the synagogue is a bit disappointing. Combine this with the Inquisition house just a few 100 meters away and you will get a picture you...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Casa de Sefarad C, Gerente at Casa de Sefarad, responded to this reviewResponded December 29, 2018

Dear friend, thank you very much for your visit and review. We are glad you've discovered something of interest on the very important issue of Jewish history and culture in Spain history. Kind regards Esther Sánchez Casa de Sefarad Manager

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Hello Rosa, we are glad you've thought of us preparing your visit to Cordoba. The entrance fee is 4€ or 3€ for adults. We open everyday between 11 to 18 but on Sundays, when we close at 14:30. Kind regards and see you... More
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Hi. We were there on Sunday June 28, 2015 @ 11:00 AM and the guided tour (at no extra charge) began @ 12:00. It was opened then, from 10:00 to 18:00 Monday through Saturday and 11:00 through 14:00 on Sundays. You can... More
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