On the 16th of August the tour will take in the most significant nooks and crannies of the former Jewish Quarter of today’s Gothic district
On Saturday the 16th of August, the email@example.com. The tour will take place on Saturday the 16th of August from 11.15 am to 1.45 pm and will be repeated on the 20th of September."" target="_blank">Barcelona Museum of History is offering a tour entitled When the "Call" was the Jewish Quarter, which will take in the most relevant streets and buildings of the former Jewish Quarter, now part of the Gothic Quarter.
The guided tour will begin in the MUHBA centre in the Plaça Manuel Ribé and will acquaint participants with the everyday activities in the Call (Jewish Quarter in Catalan, literally ‘little street’) during the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries, the relevant streets of the Call, such as Calle Sant Honorat and Calle Sant Domènec, and various locations around the Call Menor, at the foot of the Castell Nou. The tour also includes a visit to the medieval silos on Calle Fruita, the Palau Reial Major and the Call Interpretation Centre.
During the tour, participants will also have the opportunity to visit the exhibition Salomó ben Andret de Barcelona (1235-1310). The triumph of orthodoxy, which examines the life of the city’s most important rabbi during the second half of the 13th and beginning of the 14th centuries.
The itinerary will include a Catalan-speaking guide and reservation is required either by telephone (932 562 122 Monday to Friday from 10 am to 2 pm and 4 pm to 7 pm) or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. The tour will take place on Saturday the 16th of August from 11.15 am to 1.45 pm and will be repeated on the 20th of September.
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