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Many historians and literary people have considered Andalusia to be the country of Jews during the Middle Ages. The largest Jewish community in the world at the time used to live here, and it used to establish guidelines for life and behaviour that were followed by Jews from other countries.
Today Sepharad (the name for Spain in the Jewish world) is a place where the descendants of Spanish Jews who were driven out of the country by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492 can return to, if they wish. Those Jews left but Andalusia preserves their roots, their houses, their places of worship and their workplaces. There is a wealth of things to be discovered like monuments, city layouts, place names, food, words, important people, traditions and legends.
The land of your ancestors where you can belong once again after the Citizenship Law for Sephardi Jews was passed in June 2015, which recognises that to be Sephardi is to be Spanish.
Nowadays there are only a few thousand Jews living in Spain, but the descendants of Spanish Jews, the Sephardim, account for almost a fifth of the global Jewish population.