Lavapiés Neighborhood

1st January 1970

Lavapies is one of the most multiracial places of Madrid, where you can find a cultural variety of spectacles like Theatre, Classical and local cinema, monologues, paintings expositions into some cute bar or cellars. The neighborhood emerged during the Middle Ages outside the city’s walls. It’s been debated, but many say Lavapiés was once a Jewish quarter, with its hilly, maze-like cobblestone streets. Remains of a Jewish cemetery have been found in the area, and it’s possible that a synagogue once existed.

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