Some of Europe’s top tourist destinations are homes to anti-Semitic imagery. What should be done?

Parroquia de San Nicolás de Bari in Seville

Inside the Parroquia de San Nicolás de Bari in Seville, a sign near this altar once identified the crucified boy as Dominguito del Val, a figure alleged to have been murdered by Seville’s Jews. This death—real or imagined—served as a pretext for a pogrom. (Photo: Nachama Soloveichik)


My article “Some of Europe’s top tourist destinations are homes to anti-Semitic imagery. What should be done?” appears in America magazine.

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