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7th course: "Mondays in the Sun: Toledo and Other Stories”

Mondays in the Sun © Museo Sefardí de Toledo The Sephardic Museum becomes a learning space, open to anyone interested in little-known aspects of Toledo’s cultural heritage and history.

These lectures are intended to offer the people of Toledo an opportunity to learn something new about their city, especially the secrets, characters, and stories which are often passed over in the history books. The lecture series runs from October to May, and mainly focuses on re-examining several of Toledo’s heritage sites. Access is free of charge and open to everyone, although attendees must register in advance.

23/10 “El Taller del Moro (the Moorish Workshop): An exceptional medieval palace restored for use as a museum”, by Fernando Fontes.

13/11 “Re-examining Toledo’s Mosque of Cristo de la Luz”, by Arturo Ruiz Taboada.

22/01 “Could Toledo’s convents disappear?”, by José Carlos Vizuete.

19/02 “Toledo Cathedral”, by María José Llop.

12/03 “Re-examining El Tránsito Synagogue. Art and Iconography”, by Daniel Muñoz Garrido.

09/04 “Low life in Golden Age Toledo: rogues, ruffians, and procuresses, by Miguel Fernando Gómez Vozmediano. 07/05 “New old expectations: new townspeople, new feast of Corpus Christi in a new postindustrial Toledo”, by Carlos Franco.

General information

Oct 23, 2017 to May 7, 2018

Lecture, Course

Location and contact

Sephardic Museum

Calle Samuel Leví, s/n
45002 Toledo
Toledo, Castile-La Mancha
Telephone  +34 925223665
Fax  +34 925215831

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10:00 AM to 12:45 PM


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