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Photo gallery: Beautiful but desolate Kerepesi Jewish cemetery, Budapest
A selection of pictures from a haunting and beautiful place. Sic transit gloria....
Jewish Heritage Europe’s October Newsletter is online
News and views on Jewish heritage from countries around Europe.
Revisiting an old question: should old east European synagogues be saved?
Asking the old question: should east European synagogues be saved? My answer is, of course, a resounding...
More than 40 Jewish Culture, Music, Film etc Festivals in Poland each year
Can you believe it? There are more than 40 Jewish culture, music, film and other festivals in Poland...
Jewish Heritage Europe’s August Newsletter is out
JHE's August newsletter features news from Poland, Ukraine, Romania and more
May 27, 2014 | 2:22 am
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Summer weather is here (if not the official calendar summer...). That means it’s festival time, and Jewish culture, film, music and other festivals are happening all over Europe. There's music, exhibits, talks, performance, workshops, books, you name it. Many of the festivals... read on
February 10, 2014 | 8:49 am
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The Prague Jewish Museum is the most visited museum in the Czech Republic -- drawing more than half a million visitors a year.
So in a way, it's high time that it has opened a new visitor information and reservation center.
The new facility opened Feb. 3 at Meiselsa 15, close... read on
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