The museum is unusually small. It cannot possibly reflect the rich history of sephardic jews living in Andalusia. Books were written on this subject and the museum has a dozen or two of exhibits at best. Very limited as far as the information is concerned. However, maybe that is the whole point in a way: there are about fifty Jewish families currently residing in the entire city of Seville, a tiny fraction of a community that once existed. So while small and limited, every effort is appreciated. Hopefully the museum will grow.
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