Touring Judaic sites in Spain

After the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492, much of Sephardic Jewish history and culture was destroyed, but some does remain. Gisela Dés of The Jerusalem Post offers a feature article on the "lost Jewish kingdom" in Spain.

Because so much of Jewish culture has been destroyed in Spain, the Red de Juderías de España (Network of Jewish Quarters) association was created "to preserve urban, architectural, historical, artistic and cultural Sephardic heritage in Spain, in addition to helping boost tourism." The non-profit organization hosts tours through Catalonia, Castile and Andalusia.