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Campo synagogue

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Basic Information

Location Segovia, Spain
Country Spain
City Segovia
Address Segovia, Spain

General Information

Open to visitors no
Need appointment no
Handicap accessibility no
Geographical Coordinates 40.9498,-4.1268


Summary

Campo synagogue was located very near the Main new synagogue at the start of Martínez Campos street. No remains of the building have been kept, but in all likelihood its entrance was via the courtyard called corralillo de los huesos (boneyard) alongside which was the butcher´s. It was built in around 1456 in the first few years of the reign of Enrique IV and paid for by Elvira, the wife of the convert Diego Arias.After the expulsion, it came into the possession of the major of the citadel Diego del Castillo because in 1506 it was owned by his heirs


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