We stumbled on the place by accident, being from Israel we felt obligated to enter but we enjoyed it a lot. At some point Lucia , one of the employees approached us and offered a detailed explanation in good English. She was a fountain of information and also of emotions about the good and the not so good history of the Jews in Seville.
She can do it in Engish and in Spanish and with some encouragement also in Hebrew which will be a treat for Israeli visitors.
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