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One of the most interesting and known zones about the historical center of Toledo it is its former Jewish neighbourhood, called "La Judería". Its streets are narrow and its architecture is very singular, and still preserves several synagogues.
The photo catches one of the plates that indicate the tourist who is in that zone, made of beautiful ceramics from Talavera de la Reina.

The WS 1 is the panoramic one from the "Hill of the Emperor", like in my last post, but centring the angle on the Jewish Neighbourhood.

The WS 2 is a short plane to show the constructive detail of the fronts of the houses in the so called style brick “toledano ".

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Una de las zonas más interesantes y conocidas del centro histórico de Toledo es su antiguo barrio judío, llamado “La Judería”. Sus calles son estrechas y su arquitectura es muy singular, y aún conserva varias sinagogas.
La foto capta una de las placas que indican al turista que está en aquella zona, fabricadas en la bella cerámica de Talavera de la Reina.

El WS 1 es una panorámica desde el “Cerro del Emperador“, como en mi último post, pero centrando el ángulo en el Barrio judío.

El WS 2 es un plano corto para mostrar el detalle constructivo de las fachadas de las casas en el estilo llamado “ladrillo toledano”.

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