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Toledo, Heritage of the Senses. History, art, heritage, culture, gastronomy and handicrafts are mixed in Toledo. Churches, synagogues and mosques coexist in the city of the Three Cultures, where three great religions such as Christianity, Judaism and Islam have managed to leave the best of themselves as a perpetual invitation to coexistence. From Santiago del Arrabal, a jewel of the Christians carved by the hands of Mudejar master builders, to San Juan de los Reyes, emblem of the triumph of the Catholic Monarchs over Islam, in the heart of the Jewish quarter, make Toledo one of the most interesting and surprising cities in Spain. Bathed by the Tagus River, steeped in El Greco, Cervantes or Garcilaso; surrounded by gastronomy and craftsmanship and invaded by history, art and culture, the first signs of its existence date back to the 4th century BC, while its name dates back to Roman times under the name of Toletum.
Toledo, Heritage of the Senses. History, art, heritage, culture, gastronomy and handicrafts are mixed in Toledo. Churches, synagogues and mosques coexist in the city of the Three Cultures, where three great religions such as Christianity, Judaism and Islam have managed to leave the best of themselves as a perpetual invitation to coexistence. From Santiago del Arrabal, a jewel of the Christians carved by the hands of Mudejar master builders, to San Juan de los Reyes, emblem of the triumph of the Catholic Monarchs over Islam, in the heart of the Jewish quarter, make Toledo one of the most interesting and surprising cities in Spain. Bathed by the Tagus River, steeped in El Greco, Cervantes or Garcilaso; surrounded by gastronomy and craftsmanship and invaded by history, art and culture, the first signs of its existence date back to the 4th century BC, while its name dates back to Roman times under the name of Toletum.