Toledo

For further information regarding working with the Santa Cruz museum in relation to its archeological, fine arts, decorative arts, or the museum archive please visit their website at:

https://cultura.castillalamancha.es/museos/nuestros-museos/museo-de-santa-cruz

For information regarding work with or visiting the army museum please visit their website at:

https://cultura.castillalamancha.es/museos/nuestros-museos/museo-de-santa-cruz

For information regarding Toledo and its events relating to saffron please use this website:

http://www.spainisculture.com/en/fiestas/toledo/fiesta_de_la_rosa_del_azafran.html

For more information on the Mezquita del Cristo de la Luz visit:

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www.sacred-destinations.com/spain/toledo-mezquita-del-cristo-de-la-luz

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For more information on the Puente de San Martin and the legend surrounding it, visit:

https://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/puente-de-san-martin-toledo

https://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/puente-de-san-martin-toledo-legend

For more information on visiting Toledo and some must see sites, check out Spain’s official tourism website: https://www.spain.info/en/destination/toledo/

For everything you need to know about visiting Toledo, check out their official tourism website: https://turismo.toledo.es/

Looking for historical sites in Toledo? Heres a few must sees:

Toledo Carhedral: https://www.catedralprimada.es/

Alcázar: https://turismo.toledo.es/museo-monumento-expo/alcazar/

Cristo de la Luz Mosque: https://toledomonumental.com/cristo-luz

Sinagoga del Tránsito and Shepardic Museum: https://www.culturaydeporte.gob.es/msefardi/home.html

For some must try restaurants and bars, check out this list: https://turismo.toledo.es/restaurantes-y-bares/

Looking to do some research in Toledo, check out these books and articles:

Toledo’s Visigoth history: 

Ramos, Isabel Sánchez. “Looking Through Landscapes: Ideology and Power in the Visigothic Kingdom of Toledo.” in Urban Interactions: Communication and Competition in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, edited by Micheal J. Kelly and Micheal Burrows, 305-342. Binghampton, NY: Gracchi Books, 2020.

Toledo’s Jewish history:

Roth, Norman. “New Light on the Jews of Mozarabic Toledo.” AJS Review 11, no.2 (Autumn, 1986): 189-220.

Archaeological findings in Toledo: 

Johnston, Sarah Illes and McNiven, Timothy J. “Dionysos and the Underworld in Toledo.” Museum Helveticum 53, no.1 (1996): 25-36.