In medieval Barcelona we find people from all over the world: Occitan, Spanish, French, English, Italian, etc. Most are Christians, but there is an important Jewish community that lives in the “Call”.
Their relationships used to be more towards coexistence than to the conflict, however, there were no specific outbreaks of anti-Semitism, which led to the “Disputa de Barcelona” in 1263, a controversy that welcomed theologians of the two Relations in an open debate about the relative merits to their respective doctrines.
In this itinerary we will find some houses of the time, remains of the “Castell Nou”, a Hebrew inscription, the “Call Menor” and the “Call Major”.
Do you want to rediscover our history? Join us !!!
- State: ACTIVE
- Date: 8th September 2018
- Time: From 10.30 a 12.30h
- Contribution: 12€
- Places: 12 people
- Idioma: Catalan/Spanish
- Meeting point: Plaça Sant Jaume corner with Sant Honorat street. Barcelona.
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