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- Hungary: two new “Synagogues of Hungary” postage stamps The Hungarian post office has issued two more stamps in its nearly decade-long series of ... Read more
- Romania: Alba Iulia Synagogue to be rededicated (and get QR signage) The historic synagogue in Alba Iulia, Romania will be rededicated November 26 after restoration — ... Read more
- CZ: Database for Jewish Cemeteries in Southern Moravia The tourist information web site of the Jewish community of Brno, Czech Republic includes databases, ... Read more
- Download “Vanished World” 2018 Eastern Europe Jewish Heritage Calendar As in the past, JHE friend photographer Christian Herrmann is giving a holiday gift: a ... Read more
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Sandys Row Synagogue, London’s oldest still functioning Ashkenazi Synagogue, was established in the 19th century by Dutch Jews from Amsterdam in a building that was originally constructed in 1766 as a Protestant chapel. In this personal essay, writer and artist Rachel Lichtenstein, who is working on a book that explores the story of the synagogue, describes its current status and complex history — as well as her personal relationship with the building and London’s East End.
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