As a result of the Alhambra Decree of 1492 and the Holy Office of the Inquisition, many Sephardim (Spanish and Portuguese Jews) left the Iberian peninsula at the end of the 15th century and throughout the 16th century, in search of religious freedom. Some migrated to the newly independent Dutch provinces which welcomed the Sephardic Jews. Many of the Jews who left for the Dutch provinces were crypto-Jews, persons who had converted to Catholicism but continued to practice Judaism in secret. After they had settled in the safety of the Netherlands, many of them 'returned' fully to practice of the Jewish religion.

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  • Como resultado del Edicto de Granada y de la Inquisición, muchos sefardíes (judíos de España y Portugal) tuvieron que dejar forzosamente sus hogares a finales del siglo XIV y durante los siglos XV y XVI, abandonando la Península Ibérica y buscando cobijo en otras tierras. Muchos de ellos emigraron a los Países Bajos, donde se les toleró la práctica de la religión judía. Ámsterdam se convirtió en uno de los principales destinos de los sefardíes expulsados y su actividad comercial creció rápidamente con éstos, cuya influencia fue determinante, estableciéndose rutas comerciales con otras partes de Europa y del Norte de África, donde también se establecieron judíos sefardíes. (es)
  • As a result of the Alhambra Decree of 1492 and the Holy Office of the Inquisition, many Sephardim (Spanish and Portuguese Jews) left the Iberian peninsula at the end of the 15th century and throughout the 16th century, in search of religious freedom. Some migrated to the newly independent Dutch provinces which welcomed the Sephardic Jews. Many of the Jews who left for the Dutch provinces were crypto-Jews, persons who had converted to Catholicism but continued to practice Judaism in secret. After they had settled in the safety of the Netherlands, many of them 'returned' fully to practice of the Jewish religion. (en)
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  • As a result of the Alhambra Decree of 1492 and the Holy Office of the Inquisition, many Sephardim (Spanish and Portuguese Jews) left the Iberian peninsula at the end of the 15th century and throughout the 16th century, in search of religious freedom. Some migrated to the newly independent Dutch provinces which welcomed the Sephardic Jews. Many of the Jews who left for the Dutch provinces were crypto-Jews, persons who had converted to Catholicism but continued to practice Judaism in secret. After they had settled in the safety of the Netherlands, many of them 'returned' fully to practice of the Jewish religion. (en)
  • Como resultado del Edicto de Granada y de la Inquisición, muchos sefardíes (judíos de España y Portugal) tuvieron que dejar forzosamente sus hogares a finales del siglo XIV y durante los siglos XV y XVI, abandonando la Península Ibérica y buscando cobijo en otras tierras. Muchos de ellos emigraron a los Países Bajos, donde se les toleró la práctica de la religión judía. (es)
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  • Historia de los judíos sefardíes de los Países Bajos (es)
  • Sephardic Jews in the Netherlands (en)
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