ONLINEThe Secret Jews of Majorca: A Virtual Tour Experience

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Beautiful sea view at the coast of Majorca island, Spain Mediterranean Sea
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Experience new places and ideas from the comfort of your home as we join guide Dani Rotstein for a special three-part virtual tour of Majorca’s history and its lessons for all Jews today.

The Spanish Island of Majorca is known for its beach resorts, limestone mountains and being home to tennis celebrity Rafa Nadal. But Majorca holds a secret, never discussed in most travel guides: During the Inquisition, the Crypto-Jews, or Chuetas, publicly professed Catholicism while privately adhering to Judaism. Still, hundreds of Jews were murdered and only 15 families survived.

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When
Every week on Wednesday, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmLast event on November 18, 2020
Price
$75.00 Standard registration

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