Visited the synagogue of the oldest congregation in the US today. 1654... Over a hundred years before the US became a country.
It's a Sephardic synagogue. It was also the first time my partner read Ladino with Hebrew characters.
If I had unlimited time on Earth, I'd learn Yiddish and I'd encourage her to learn Ladino. Sephardic culture is so different from what I grew up with yet and so vibrant and beautiful.
For those who haven't heard Ladino, here's a sample of the language:
There is also Haketia
@emacsen it looks modern Spanish for me. Ladino should be old Spanish.
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