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Vineyards of Sefarad Guide

VINEYARDS of SEPHARAD will allow the traveler or the lover of the culture of wine to enjoy a trip to the memory of taste, to ancient flavours, where Jewish people used to live, where they prospered and where they grew wines for centuries, contributing with their activity to the development of our different cities.

More information (PDF file)

guia_vinedos_sefarad.pdf

2013 Report from Red de Juderias

We present you the new report of Jewish Network, with the activities and results of 2013.

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memoria2013.pdf

New RASGO 2014 brochure

The new RASGO brochure 2014 has been published, containing all updated information about companies, establishments and collaborators who have joined this project created by the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters.RASGO, which stands for the five basic elements making up a tourist product -Restaurants, Accommodations, Signposting, Guides and cultural Offer-, is the distinguishing mark of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters for touristic promotion, and is adding new collaborators with each new edition.


RASGO has its own microsite within our website, where you can find more detailed information about the project.

More information (PDF file)

RASGO_2014_II.pdf

Report 2012

Annual report of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters

Report 2012 - Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters

RASGO 2013

Publication of the new RASGO brochure 2013

The new RASGO brochure 2013 has been published, containing all updated information about companies, establishments and collaborators who have joined this project created by the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters.RASGO, which stands for the five basic elements making up a tourist product - Restaurants, Accommodations, Signposting, Guides and cultural Offer-, is the distinguishing mark of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters for touristic promotion, and is adding new collaborators with each new edition.


RASGO has its own microsite within our website, where you can find more detailed information about the project.

More information (PDF file)

RASGO2013.pdf

2013 calendar

The Network of Spanish Jewish quarters has edited its yearly almanac, which combines the Gregorian calendar with the Jewish calendar.

The calendar is available in two size: wall (21x30 cm) and desktop (10x20 cm).

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calendario2013muestra.pdf

Brochure of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters

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24ciudadesEN.pdf

Report 2011

Annual report of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters

Report 2011 - Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters


 

Calendar 2012 / 5772-5773 of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters – Routes of Sepharad

The Network of Spanish Jewish quarters has edited its yearly almanac, which combines the Gregorian calendar with the Jewish calendar. Under the title SABORES DE SEFARAD (Flavours of Sepharad), the calendar offers attractive images of the cities of the Network linked to some specific flavour of each place.

The calendar is available through our online shop in two size: wall (21x30 cm) and desktop (10x20 cm).

Report 2010

Annual report of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters

Report 2010 - Red de Juderías de España

Bibliografía española de judaica. Selección de libros (1940-2008)

Casa Sefarad-Israel with the Red de Juderías de España wants to celebrate the day of the book. Instead of choosing a single title, we want to acknowledge the existence of the book and provide access to literature on Judaism for everyone. This will allow to find the book title needed, and is useful for researchers, academics, students and in general for those who want to know more about it. The information in this book, updated in 2010, has been produced by the most important Spanish specialist on Jewish literature, Uriel Macías. It is our gift to the internet community on the day of the book.

More information (PDF file)

Bibliografia_Uriel_Macias.pdf

New promotional brochure

 

Discover the new brochure of the Red de Juderías, with information on the cities which are part of the network.

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folleto_ing.pdf

RASGO 2011

Publication of the new RASGO brochure 2011

The new RASGO brochure 2011has been published, containing all updated information about companies, establishments and collaborators who have joined this project created by the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters.

RASGO, which stands for the five basic elements making up a tourist product - Restaurants, Accommodations, Signposting, Guides and cultural Offer-, is the distinguishing mark of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters for touristic promotion, and is adding new collaborators with each new edition.

RASGO has its own microsite within our website, where you can find more detailed information about the project.

RASGO 2010

RASGO: Our distinguishing trait.

RASGO is the set of minimum requirements to be met by each city for the creation of a tourism product within the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters.

The general goal of this initiative is for the Network to provide a singularized tourism product. Thus, each of the companies affiliated to the project will have a unique identifier (a sticker),which will be a “distinguishing feature” with regards to the other companies of the

sector, thereby enhancing the tourism product of their city and complementing the Network as a whole.

The tourism offer of our cities must meet at least five basic needs of our visitors: eating, sleeping, being able to find landmarks of interest, receiving a good explanation of our history, monuments and cultural activities in which they can participate, if possible, actively. RASGO is the Spanish acronym for these five needs: Restaurants, Accommodation, Signage, tour

Guides and cultural Offer.

More information (PDF file)

rasgo2010.pdf

Report 2009

Annual report of the Red de Juderías de España

 

You can download the Report here.

 

Poster and brochure of the European Day of Jewish Culture 2010

Art & Judaism

This year’s subject matter “Art and Judaism” is giving all participants a wide range of activities and events to organize. In Spain, the 21 cities member of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters, as every year joined by several other collaborating cities, have already started to develop their programme, which you will find attached.

More information (PDF file)

ProgramaJECJ2010Spain.pdf

Calendar 2010

We are pleased to present the 2010 / 5770-5771 calendar of the Spanish network "Red de Juderías de España", with two formats in one: wall and desktop calendar.

The calendar, which is illustrated with photographies from the different cities of the network, combines the traditional holidays of the Jewish calendar and those of the Gregorian one. It also provides detailed information on the holidays the Jewish annual cycle is organized around.

Already on sale at La Tienda Virtual. PVP: 10.00€

Programme of Programmes EDJC 2009

Programme of Programmes of the European Day of Jewish Culture 2009

 

The Programme of Programmes EDJC 2009 is offering a summary of the activities held in each participating country during the European Day of Jewish Culture 2009, with photographs, posters and statistic givens as to visitor numbers, type of activities, etc.

The edition also includes an interesting article on Jewish heritage, by Dominique Jarrassé, professor at the Université de Bordeaux 3, as well as information about the history of the event and the association which had started it: the European Association for the Protection and Promotion of Jewish Heritage, AEPJ.

Furthermore, a list of all national coordinators, with their email addresses is included, so that all persons or associations wanting to join future editions can contact them for participating.

 

Report 2008

Anual report of Red de Juderías de España

 

 

 

Download the report here.

 

 

 

Programme of Programmes 2008

European Day of Jewish Culture 2008

More information (PDF file)

pdp08.pdf

Calendar 2009

We are pleased to present the 2009 / 5769-5770 calendar of the Spanish network “Red de Juderías de España”, with two formats in one: wall and desktop calendar.

 

On this occasion the design is inspired by the personalities of Jewish origin who have been awarded with the "Prince of Asturias" Prize in the last years. A total of 23 awarded in the fields of communication and arts, social sciences, scientific and technical research, fine arts, concord and international cooperation, such as George Steiner, Isaac Rabin, Woddy Allen, Amos Oz, Yehudi Menuhin, among others, who  illustrate the pages of the calendar, side by side with representative pictures of the 21 Jewish quarters of the network member cities.
 
As usual, the calendar combines the traditional holidays of the Jewish calendar and those of the Gregorian one. It also provides detailed information on the holidays the Jewish annual cycle is organized around.

Already on sale at: La Tienda Virtual. PVP: 10,00 €

 

1st International Workshop on the European Itinerary of Jewish Heritage

Oviedo, November 4th and 5th, 2008

 

 

The AEPJ (European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage), proposes for the this November a workshop to think about the future of the program "European Day of Jewish Culture" with the aim of improving it and consolidating it just before its 10th anniversary and within the framework of the patrimonial days that today are a reality in Europe.

The Day (EDJC) that is celebrated at the same time all over Europe has gathered in the last years a huge success of visitors, participants and collaborators, proving to be a useful instrument of revalorization of the cultural heritage and a specially sensitive tool for the education in the diversity of the European citizenship.

The workshop will take place on November 4th to 5th 2008 in Oviedo (Spain), for more information write to: secretaria@redjuderias.org

The Presidency of the AEPJ (June 2008-2010) is being chaired by the Red de Juderías de España - Caminos de Sefarad, whose presidency lies in Oviedo, which takes this place after the respectively two years presidency of the NGO B'nai B'rith Europe and European Council of Jewish Communities (ECJC).

 

 

More information (PDF file)

JornadasOviedo.pdf

9th European Day of Jewish Culture, 2008

Brochure and poster of the EDJC 2008

 

 

Rutas por las Juderías de España

New guide by El País-Aguilar and the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters

Author: C&M
Pages: 280
Price: € 23,90
ISBN: 978-84-03-50742-5

On sale from May 28th

The Jewish People had an important role in Sepharad. They were craftsmen, traders, advisers of Christians and Muslims but they also developed their science and their literature, their religious studies and their habits. Today we can observe the marks of our Hebrew past in the Jewries of many Spanish cities. This book suggests journeys for a weekend or for several days to every one of the 21 cities linked to the spanish network “Red de Juderías de España”. The aim of the guidebook is to show the cultural values, historical, tourist, anthropological and, in some cases, the gastronomy of the Jewish People of Sepharad, which are considered an essential part of the Spanish culture.

Report 2007

Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters - 2007 report

 

Programme of programmes EDJC 2007

European Day of Jewish Culture 2007

 

Download the Programme of programmes 2007

 

Turespaña brochure

The Routes of Sepharad, edited in collaboration with Turespaña, will guide you through the cities of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters with a touristical brochure available in the tourist offices of the Spanish cities.

 

More information (PDF file)

Interior.pdf

2008 Calendar

 

A joint edition by Casa Sefarad-Israel and Red de Juderías-Caminos de Sefarad

 

 

The calendar comes in a new size, 42 x 48 cm, together with another, more reduced desktop size version just as last year. The illustrations are by painter Daniel Quintero.

As usual, the calendar combines traditional celebrations of the Jewish Calendar with those of the Gregorian Calendar, which constitutes a useful tool. We hope and trust that it will be to your liking.

Daniel Quintero (Málaga, 1949) went into the world of art and painting in 1965, starting his training at the academy of Amadeo Roca, completing it at the San Fernando school of Fine Arts, the Ceramics school and the Circle of Fine Arts in Madrid.
Landscapes and still-lives are frequent motives for his paintings, and he also shows a constant dedication to portraits: he portrayed the king and the queen for the Parliament and the Royal Collections, and former presidents such as Adolfo Suárez and Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo for the Moncloa Palace, but also Nobel Prize awarded Severo Ochoa, or the film director Pedro Almodóvar, and other personalities.
Since he started his artistic career, his work has been exhibited at the Marlborough Gallery of Fine Art, London, and at the Juana Mordó Gallery, Madrid, amongst other places.



The calendar can be purchased at specialised shops, as well as at the on line shop of the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters (to be opened soon on our website).

 

Essence of Sepharad

New catalogue of photographs by Francisco Sánchez Moreno

This is the catalogue of the exhibition, which has been travelling through the cities of the network during the last two years. Black and white photographs in panoramic format, present a new perspective of the Jewish quarters of the 21 cities that compose the Spanish network “Red de Juderías de España-Caminos de Sefarad”.


Editorial Almuzara. 1st edition: September 2007

Price: 30,00 €

On sale in specialised bookshops.

For any further information please contact: secretaria@redjuderias.org

Poster EDJC 2007

Poster of the 8th European Day of Jewish Culture 2007

 

More information (PDF file)

CartelJECJ07.pdf

Brochure EDJC 2007

Brochure with the programmed activities for the 8th European Day of the Jewish Culture in Spain (Sunday, September 2nd 2007)

 

 

 


 

More information (PDF file)

FolletoJECJ2007.pdf

2007 Calendar

The Network of Spanish Jewish Sites' 2007 calendar, corresponding to the Jewish year 5767-5768, is already available

 

As novelty this year, the usual wall calendar includes also a small desk calendar. The calendar comprises on this occasion black and white photographs of the Network's cities collected by the photographer Francisco Sánchez Moreno. This images are part of the exhibition "Essence of Sepharad", which has been exposed in different cities of the Network during 2006 and will continue its itinerancy in 2007 through Toledo, Jaén, Plasencia, Segovia and Ávila. A catalog about this exhibition is being made, by Editions La Almuzara, and it will be published shortly.

 

Programme of programmes EDJC 2006

All the programmes of the 30 countries participants in the 7th European Day of Jewish Culture of 2006 (September 3rd 2006)

 

More information (PDF file)

PROGRAMM2006.pdf

Report 2006


 

 

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report2006en.pdf

New Promo DVD by Red de Juderías de España

LA RED DE JUDERIAS DE ESPAÑA-CAMINOS DE SEFARAD PROMOCIONA EL PATRIMONIO SEFARDÍ ESPAÑOL PARA TODO EL MUNDO CON UN DVD

Adaptándose a las últimas tecnologías informáticas y multimedia, la Red de Juderías de España-Caminos de Sefarad ha realizado un DVD informativo sobre el patrimonio judío-sefardí, las acciones de preservación, divulgación y promoción del mismo por parte de la Red y la participación en el ámbito internacional en los diferentes organismos y asociaciones europeos e internacionales dedicadas a estos fines. Éste es el primer lanzamiento de lo que será una serie de materiales multimedia futuros que la Red irá produciendo a nivel nacional e internacional.

Report 2005

CONTENTS

Foreword
Introduction
Programmes and projects European Day of Jewish Culture
3The Cultural European Itinerary
10th network anniversary celebration
Virtual Reality
Strategic Plan
Gastronomy and Sephardic Cooking
Exhibitions
Activities Agenda
Secretary Agenda
Participation
Annex I
Annex II
Annex III

 

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Programme of programmmes EDJC 2005

 

All the programmes of the 30 countries participants in the 6th European Day of Jewish Culture of 2005 (September 4th 2006)

More information (PDF file)

programas2005en.pdf

Red de Juderías de España-Caminos de Sefarad 1995-2005

Edita:
Red de Juderías de España-Caminos de Sefarad
Apartado de Correos 379 - 17080 Girona
Tel. 972 41 41 46 - Fax 972 41 41 47
E-mail: secretaria@redjuderias.org

© texto: Assumpció Hosta
© fotografías: Red de Juderías de España
Maquetación: Curbet CG, SL
Impresión: Gràfiques Alzamora, SA
Dipósito legal: GI-951-2005

La Red de Juderías de España-Caminos de Sefarad nació en el año 1995, después de un período de gestación durante el cual los municipios de Hervás (Cáceres) y Girona se plantearon la posibilidad de desarrollar un proyecto común entorno al patrimonio judío de ambas ciudades. La distancia geográfica que separa ambos municipios les estimuló a plantearse la conveniencia de encontrar complicidades en puntos intermedios.

Así fue como, a los pocos meses, se unieron al proyecto los municipios de Cáceres, Toledo, Ribadavia, Córdoba y Tudela, que firmaron el acuerdo de cooperación en Enero de 1995, en una solemne sesión celebrada en Girona. En ella los respectivos alcaldes, conjuntamente con personalidades españolas e israelíes, certificaron y avalaron la creación de la asociación. Este primer encuentro formaliza el compromiso político intermunicipal para desarrollar proyectos y programas que impulsen la recuperación patrimonial y cultural de una parcela un tanto olvidada de nuestra historia.

Girona se hizo cargo de la primera presidencia de la Red, siendo ésta de carácter anual y, siguiendo el orden alfabético, sus miembros se comprometieron a impulsar el proyecto y a ejercer las labores de coordinación intermunicipal. Durante el mismo año 1995, empezaron a definirse fórmulas de relación común y, lo que es más importante, se planificaron una serie de acciones que, al poco tiempo, se concretaron ya en programas de desarrollo local y en proyectos de investigación y divulgación entorno al legado sefardí. Muy pronto, otros municipios mostraron interés por la Red y se sumaron al proyecto, lo que dará lugar a la entrada de un nuevo municipio, Segovia, durante esta fase inicial del procedimiento.

Diez años más tarde, veintiún municipios forman parte de esta Red. Los proyectos realizados son muchos, y muchos también los nuevos proyectos que queremos emprender en un futuro, con la misma ilusión y el mismo empeño que en los primeros años. Con esta pequeña publicación queremos expresar nuestra gratitud a todas aquellas personas que, debido a su compromiso
político, laboral o personal, han hecho posible la celebración
de esta efeméride.

Anna Pagans Gruartmoner
Alcaldesa de Girona
Presidenta de la Red de Juderías de España
Girona, 2 de julio de 2005
Red de Juderías de España
Caminos de Sefarad
1995-2005

More information (PDF file)

Red1995_2005en.pdf

The Great Book Of The Network

 

For the first time in Spain a great book about the Spanish Jews is published. This book is the result of two years of research. More of 500 images, most of them unreleased.

Full color Book (33 x 25 cm.).

This book wishes to offer its readers a journey through the 21 cities of the Network of Jewish Spanish Quarters – Routes of Sefarad. Both the text, written by Pancracio Celdrán, and the magnificent photographs by Agustín Martínez
attempt to accompany you through the Jewish quarters of Spain based on an urban, architectural and artistic itinerary.

A journey in memory of the route built by a culture which complemented the mosaic of traditions, beliefs and cultures of the kingdoms of medieval Spain and contributed towards a legacy that is being recovered. This is evidence of the effort undergone by the cities along the network for the restoration of Jewish heritage and, as might be expected, towards the development of policies for renovation as well as cultural and social development around this cultural heritage.

The recent restoration of singular buildings, discovery of ancient synagogues, recovery of urban layouts that were long forgotten and abandoned, new sign-posting in Jewish quarters, recovery of the works of distinguished poets, philosophers and men of science, the opening of charming hotels in Jewish quarters, as well as the organization of temporary exhibits that tour around Spain are some of the initiatives taken by the cities along the Network.

We hope that by reading the Network of Jewish Spanish Quarters you are invited to visit the Routes of Sefarad.

Anna Pagans Gruartmoner
President
Red de Juderías de España

Conference on 'The Launching of the European Route of Jewish Heritage'

Reports and Conclusions of the Conference held the 18-20 June, 2004 at the Centre Culturel de Rencontre, Abbaye de Neumünster, Luxembourg-City.

 

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CERJH2004en.pdf

Report 2004

This document presents to all the cities of the network Red de Juderías de España-Caminos de Sefarad the late updated information concerning the development of the programmes and projects carried out in the last year. It is a report of the year and it could be used as a tool to support the elaboration of new strategies of promotion and commercialisation (marketing) of products and services of new creation.

We also include data about the participation of the cities and the echo of our activities upon the media.

 

 

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informe2004en.pdf

La Cocina Judía. Leyes, costumbres... y algunas recetas sefardíes

Uriel Macías Kapón, con recetas de Ana Benarroch de Bensadón.

Precio: 20,00€. En venta en librerias y comercios especializados.

 



El pasado 12 de Diciembre 2003, fue presentada en Cáceres la nueva publicación de la Red de Juderías de España, La Cocina Judía: Leyes, costumbres... y algunas recetas sefardíes, firmado por Uriel Macías Kapón, con recetas de Ana Benarroch de Bensadón. El libro se encuentra ya disponible en librerías y comercios especializados al precio de 20,00 Euros.

Esta publicación, en palabras del presidente, nace con “un doble objetivo: por un lado, reflejar la evolución de la cocina judía como resultado de la convivencia del pueblo hebreo con otras culturas a lo largo de su historia, sin perder el respeto por las leyes dietéticas y, por supuesto, el sabat. Asimismo, este libro le introducirá en el mundo de las costumbres judías, dándole a conocer las leyes que rigen la alimentación, la forma de cocinar los alimentos, las recetas y un sinfín de datos que le permitirán adentrarse en este mundo y descubrir, a través de la gastronomía, la forma de vida de un pueblo que dejó una gran huella en la España que hoy conocemos.

Por otro lado, poner a disposición de los profesionales del sector turístico una herramienta muy útil que nos permita, en el marco del cada vez más numeroso turismo cultural, llenar nuestras mesas con algunas recetas de nuestros antepasados comunes.

Como Presidente de la Red de Juderías es para mí un auténtico placer poner en sus manos este libro cuyo objetivo es la difusión, entre todos aquellos amantes de la gastronomía, de las leyes y costumbres que rigen la cocina del pueblo hebreo, así como dar a conocer algunas de las recetas más típicas de la gastronomía sefardí”.

José Mª Saponi Mendo

Presidente de la Red de Juderías de España y Alcalde de Cáceres (2003).

 

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