Geolocalización de Cementerios Judíos de Sagunto / Sagunto Jewish Quarters / #GeoSefarad

Geolocalización de Cementerios Judíos de Sagunto / Sagunto Jewish Quarters / Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche Valencia

[ESP] Geolocalización y recorrido por los Cementerios Judíos de Sagunto. Se incluye el cementerio medieval en la ladera Norte del Castillo de Sagunto, fuente ritual, hipogeos en el área Norte alrededor del Castillo, visitas nocturnas organizadas por Quiero Cultura, y museo epigráfico en el castillo. Estos lugares están geolocalizados en Google Maps. 

#GeoSefarad #GeoSefarad_Sagunto

[ENG] Geolocation and tour of the old Jewish Quarter of Albarracín. It includes the Hermitage of San Juan, possible site of the old synagogue, streets, access to the Torre de Doña Blanca, site of the Postigo de los Judios, cave of the Jews, remains of walls. and geolocation on Google Maps. 

Geolocation of Sagunto Jewish Quarter on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/WpPPoZwKW69Q2sPq5 

Geolocation of Hypogea of Sagunto:

https://goo.gl/maps/1XhgRja6QsrBNkzZ7

Geolocation of Medieval Cemetery

https://goo.gl/maps/uHpaQ6VcQr8cC44n9

Geolocation of Antiquarium Epigráfic, Sagunto Castle:

https://goo.gl/maps/5qrH1hUoAXpbUVDB6

Geolocation of Mikve, Casa del Berenguer:

https://g.page/casa-dels-berenguer?share

Follow GeoSefarad https://europeanjewishquarters.wordpress.com and @geosefarad in Instagram. 

See our #JuderíasDeEuropa #GlobalStoryMaps in http://www.globalstorymaps.com. @globalstorymaps. 

#GeoSefarad #JuderíaDeSagunto #SaguntoJewishQuarters

Music : Radio Tarifa – Nu Alrest (Official Audio) – YouTube Music. 

Radio Tarifa was a Spanish World music ensemble combining Flamenco, Arab-Andalusian music, Arabian music, Moorish music and also influences of the Mediterranean, of the Middle Ages and of the Caribbean. The name of the ensemble comes from an imaginary radio station in Tarifa, a small town in the southernmost Spanish province of Cadiz, Andalusia, the nearest part of Spain to Morocco. Instead of simply fusing musical styles as they currently exist, Radio Tarifa goes back in time to the common past of those styles, back to before 1492 when the Moors and Jews were exiled from Spain. This invented style sheds light upon the real styles of Spain, most notably flamenco although the band rejected all musical purism, preferring to mix arrangements of traditional compositions with their own melodies and combining instruments from Ancient Egypt, classical Greek and Roman times with modern saxophones and electric bass.

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