April 19, 2012 | 1:20 am
Posted by Ruth Ellen Gruber
Every year, I try to put together the most comprehensive list I can of Jewish culture, arts, film, music and other festivals in Europe. The list is never complete, and it grows each time I am alerted to an upcoming event. The dates range from the famous Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow, which lasts a week and a half and draws thousands of people, to one-off events that few people except locals may know of.
Trying to attend some of these festivals is a great way to structure a trip.
You can see the list by clicking here—JEWISH CULTURE, ETC FESTIVALS, 2012
Find more links, photos, stories and blog archive from 2008 at http://jewish-heritage-travel.blogspot.com
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