A very interesting couple of days with these friends from Australia. We had even time to talk about fan language (the old times texting).
This a real interesting piece of news that I can’t wait to share with you all. My friend and best artist, Moises Bentata, have decided to have a permanent exhibition of his art in Toledo. The place chosen to fit his so special art pieces could not be more suitable as the the will be shown in the cellar of a today’s very well located Antiques Store of the Jewish Quarter. This cellar is the remaining of a 1391’s called Sopher Synagogue that we know for records that was destroyed in the first pogrom that took place in Toledo during that year.
I wish all the best to Moises and kindly invite to you all to visit his new Gallery in Toledo.
Calle Reyes católicos, 8. Toledo
I was given this article by a visitors from LA who were with me in Toledo and Segovia.
Dear Debbie Bensaid (Bentolila): Maybe we are cousins. If you read this please contact to me!!!
The City Hall of Madrid will have 13 new Public Schools. From this 13 new openings 11 of them will be dedicated to famous women across the History. One of them will be honoring Ana Frank. Montserrat Caballe or Nuria Espert are other famous names to be honored with these new Schools to be active across the new School year 2019/20.
Thanks very much to all of you who support me through you reviews. This encourage me to improve day to day in my grateful job!!!!!
On May 23rd we had the pleasure of conducting a student group coming from Israel who where spending a interchange period with the Jewish Day School of Madrid, colegio Ibn Gabirol.
The group was successfully conducted by Irene, usual cooperator with me at Jewishsegovia.com.
Wish all success to all the students of Ibn Gabirol on these final exams!!!
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