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In 1492, Spain expelled its Jewish population as part of the Spanish Inquisition . Tens of thousands of Spanish Jews subsequently fled to Portugal, where King John II granted them asylum in return for payment. However, the asylum was only temporary—after eight months, the Portuguese government decreed the enslavement of all Jews who had not yet left the country. In 1493, King John deported several hundred Jewish children to the newly discovered colony of São Tomé , where many of them perished. 
Recorded at home, Rua da Padaria, by late night, January 31 st 2015.
Mixed and Mastered March 2016 by Joaquim Monte at Namouche Studios, Lisbon, Portugal.
Produced by Luís Lopes
Cover Photo by André Cepeda
Design by Travassos
Special Thanks to Pedro Santos
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