Palma's Secret Synagogue

Historic Site in Palma

On the street of leather makers or Carrer de la Pelleteria is secret synagogue. The synagogue located on this street was constructed by Aaron Mani in 1370. Unfortunately, it sustained significant damage during the violent assault of 1391. However, it was later reconstructed by Portuguese Jews who were encouraged by the King to resettle in this area.
The location can be found by the golden SEFARAD symbol on the ground and the plaque on the wall to Miquel Pujol Ferragut a famous baker, who lived here and died in 2014. The bakery was known as bakery known as Can Miquel.

Opposite the plaque is a curious cross carved into the wall.

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Visiting Palma's Secret Synagogue

Address: Carrer de la Pelleteria, 11B, 07001 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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