Following in the footsteps of the Jewish community of Barcelona from the Middle Ages to the present day.
What traces did they leave?
Where in the city did they leave their mark?
What remains of the old Jewish quarter, which housed one of the largest Jewish communities in southern Europe?
What happened to the Jews in Barcelona after their expulsion?
What is known about those who decided to stay, despite the Spanish Inquisition?
When did Judaism recover in the city?
When and how did they return to the Catalan capital?
What were they running from?
The answers to all these questions and many more can be found in this book.
You will also discover how many Jewish communities there are; how many Jews in Barcelona were or are famous people, and the relationship between the Jewish community and such outstanding places as the Palau de la Generalitat, the Llotja de Mar, the Barceloneta neighbourhood, the Pla de la Boqueria, the Poblenou neighbourhood, the Sant Antoni Market, the Olympic Stadium, Montjuïc, the Estació de França train station and the Camp Nou football stadium.