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Toledo - Sinagoga Santa María la Blanca

Santa María la Blanca (lit. Saint Mary the White), originally known as the Ibn Shushan Synagogue, currently serves as museum in the city of Toledo, Spain. Erected in 1180, it is the oldest synagogue building in Europe that is still standing, now owned by the Catholic Church.

Its stylistic and cultural classification is unique as it was constructed under the Christian Kingdom of Castile, by Islamic architects for Jewish use. It is considered a symbol of the cooperation which existed between the three cultures which populated the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages.

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