The jewish community saw its glory days in Medieval Barcelona from the 12th to the 15th centuries. They were doctors, diplomats, financial advisors of the catalan kings, and they had money to lent and trade. Their influence was too much for the society of the time to handle and they ceased to exist as a community by the end of the 14th century. The Spanish Inquisition did the rest.
Come and visit how they lived, where the wealthy of the community had their houses, where the synagogues were, and other bits of pieces that will make this part of the city come alive for you.
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