Exodus? The Jewish Community in This European City Is Thriving

Some 500 years after the Inquisition expelled the Jews of Portugal, their descendants are returning - and nowhere is that more noticeable than in the beautiful coastal city of Porto

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Harry D Wall
Harry D. Wall
Porto
Harry D Wall
Harry D. Wall
Porto

PORTO – While most European countries are contending with declines in their Jewish populations, one Portuguese community is experiencing a remarkable renewal some 500 years after the Inquisition.

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