An installation by the British artist Ben Jack Nash is breathing life into the abandoned synagogue in Reichshoffen, France as a means of using art as a means of bringing back memory of the Jewish history ...
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An installation by the British artist Ben Jack Nash is breathing life into the abandoned synagogue in Reichshoffen, France as a means of using art as a means of bringing
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Travel writer Ben G. Frank has recently published the fourth edition of his book A Travel Guide to Jewish Europe. The first edition came out in 1992. In this personal essay he discusses some of the changes since then – and why he believes it is important for Jewish travelers to visit Jewish communities and heritage sites in other countries around the world.