The Jewish Catalonia. Trips Around Edom S Lands

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A guide to Jewish Catalonia, aiming to make the more outstanding elements of the cultural and historical Catalan heritage available to the tourists. This is not, however, just another tourist guidebook, but one that highlights the Jewish heritage and becomes a document recognising what this heritage has meant for Catalonia.Panoràmica del llegat jueu al patrimoni històric i cultural català, present en més d'una seixantena de ciutats i viles i fixat en la toponímia d'indrets tan emblemàtics com els de Montjuïc a Barcelona i Girona. La guia repassa la història de la presència hebrea al nostre país i proposa quatre rutes per resseguir-ne eltestimoni: el camí de l'espiritualitat, de Girona a Portbou; la ruta interior, de Barcelona a Puigcerdà; el llegat jueu a les terres de ponent, de Lleida a Santa Coloma de Queralt, i el viatge al migjorn català, de Tarragona a Tortosa.

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