Cohabitation, coexistence, convenience. Discovering the Museum of Jewish History and the Jewish quarter of Girona, we will talk about how these three words generally summarize the life of the Girona Jewish community in its situation of social minority. How was their daily life; their cultural, political and religious day-to-day; how was their relationship with the Christian society, among others. Together, we will seek answers and ask ourselves new questions.

  • Toldot’s gastronomic experience metaphorically expands the globe and explores the question, what is Jewish food? It explores Jewish gastronomy through family heritage, traditions and Jewish food legacy. Inspired by the way our mothers and grandmothers have always cooked for us, abundantly and with love, Monica and Eva believe that by sharing a table, we can create a shared experience of our past and celebrate each others individual histories.
  • Discover an unknown corner of history in the city- the story of the Catalan Jews. Enter another world as we explore this incredible history together. You’ll meet important figures, ways of Jewish life, and get an insight into society at the time, exploring ideas of identity and migration. You’ll also have privileged access to Casa Adret, a XIII century house in the heart of the old Jewish quarter, now a cultural hub for Jewish Heritage.
  • Cohabitation, coexistence, convenience. Discovering the Museum of Jewish History and the Jewish quarter of Girona, we will talk about how these three words generally summarize the life of the Girona Jewish community in its situation of social minority. How was their daily life; their cultural, political and religious day-to-day; how was their relationship with the Christian society, among others. Together, we will seek answers and ask ourselves new questions.
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