Old Jewish Quarter in Bisbal d’Emporda, Spain

I am always fascinated with the narrow streets and balconies of the old Jewish Quarters in different medieval towns. the Interesting  old Jewish Quarter of Bisbal D’Emporda, Spain was no exception. The maze like streets offered us a challenge, but thankfully we had a map to find our way. I did find the Pentecost to be an interesting choice of graffiti for an old Jewish Quarter .  Old Jewish Quarter in Spain

We also visited a market, a castle, and of course pottery. See more of my photos at from La Bisbal d’Emporda, our first Spanish outing during our long-term home exchange in the Costa Brava region of Spain. We discovered this charming town from Lonely Planet Spain.

Have you visited a medieval old Jewish Quarter in Spain?

Photo ©Rhonda Albom 2012.

Comments

  1. Very cool shot! Enjoying the tours through your blog! 🙂

  2. New isn’t always better…

  3. I agree with Heather and very quaint too 🙂

    Have a fantabulosa week 🙂

  4. Interesting capture!

    Happy WW!

  5. Beautiful shot – I love the quiet streets of Spain.

  6. Beautiful!!

    Tammi
    My Organized Chaos

  7. I always find those old walkways in between buildings interesting. There’s something a little romantic about them too.

  8. Eerie…

  9. Imagine the feet that have worked along there over the years

  10. So cool! I’ve always wanted to visit Spain. One day…

  11. I absolutely love this shot. It is so interesting and your perspective is great!

    Happy WW!:-)

  12. I love those buildings! A great photo!

  13. I wish I could have taken this photo, great location.

  14. Interesting.

  15. Looks really creepy at night I think.

  16. You always have such interesting pictures! 🙂 Danica

  17. What a great photo! Thanks for sharing!

  18. Thanks for linking up, I’ve done the same!

  19. wow! such a nice scenery! really love the shot! 🙂

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here , thank you. -Raquel-

  20. Beautiful shot! Would love to visit, one day. Happy WW.

  21. Wow, if those walls could talk or even write a book!

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