About Santa María la Blanca Synagogue
Santa María la Blanca Synagogue in Toledo, Spain, has the unique disposition of originally being a Moorish construction built for a Jewish synagogue which was converted into a Christian church in the 15th century. Santa María la Blanca Synagogue was first constructed in 1180, completed in the early 13th century, and it was originally called Ibn Shushan Synagogue.
Today Santa María la Blanca Synagogue is a popular tourist destination.
The Toledo Sephardic Museum is dedicated to the history, culture and legacy of the city’s Jewish population.
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