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European Day of Jewish Culture, Istanbul 10:00
European Day of Jewish Culture, Istanbul @ Neve Shalom Synagogue
Nov 5 @ 10:00 – 18:00
The European Day of Jewish Culture (which took place in other countries in September) takes place in Istanbul. There will be concerts, discussions, book signings, documentary film shows, exhibitions, and traditional food, and also a symbolic wedding representing the Turkish-Jewish ... continue reading →
Walk in Budapest’s medieval Jewish quarter 11:00
Walk in Budapest’s medieval Jewish quarter @ Budapest
Nov 5 @ 11:00 – 13:00
A guided walk of Budapest’s medieval Jewish quarter on Castle hill. The walk will take in the site of the buried medieval Great Synagogue, and other sites. Register by email: mazsikesetak@gmail.com    
Don’t Walk Over — Talk Over 15:00
Don’t Walk Over — Talk Over @ Chernivtsi
Nov 5 @ 15:00 – 17:00
An discussion/performance/art project about memory, in Chernivtsi, Ukraine Click here for Facebook page From the organizers: Don’t walk over – talk over! – Research & art project within the project „Freedom Squares“. Lots of steps were made down the stairs ... continue reading →
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The Value of Museum Collections 18:30
The Value of Museum Collections @ Ghent, Belgium (Various venues)
Nov 9 @ 18:30 – Nov 12 @ 12:00
The annual conference of NEMO, the Network of European Museums Organizations. Museum experts from all over Europe will present museum concepts and projects reaching into political and social spheres or opening up collections to participative, modern and exceptional approaches. Museums ... continue reading →
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Silent Synagogues: The Fate of Former Synagogues in Hungary during the 60s and 70s 15:45
Silent Synagogues: The Fate of Former Synagogues in Hungary during the 60s and 70s @ Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile
Nov 11 @ 15:45 – 16:30
Silent Synagogues: The Fate of Former Synagogues in Hungary during the 60s and 70s @ Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile | Chicago | Illinois | United States
The synagogue in Gyongyos, Hungary was long used as a store. This shows furniture in sanctuary, 2005. Photo © Ruth Ellen Gruber Presentation by Eszter Gantner on the Panel “Heritage Care and Objects of Negotiation in Cold War Eastern Europe: ... continue reading →
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Volunteer action, Jewish cemetery Vienna 11:00
Volunteer action, Jewish cemetery Vienna @ Central Cemetery gate 4
Nov 12 @ 11:00 – 14:00
A volunteer action at the Jewish section of Vienna’s Zentral Friedhof. Organizers say: “We’ll try to evaluate what’s the current not-so-great state of the tombstones, document and improve it (removing the evil plants around the graves, translate the writing on ... continue reading →
Walking tour 13:30
Walking tour @ Jewish quarter, Lviv
Nov 12 @ 13:30 – 14:30
A walking tour of the downtown Jewish quarter of Lviv. Click here to see details on Facebook event page  
Walking tour, medieval Jewish quarter 15:00
Walking tour, medieval Jewish quarter @ Budapest
Nov 12 @ 15:00 – 16:30
A walking tour of the medieval Jewish quarter of Budapest, on Castle Hill, including a mikvah  
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AEJM Annual conference 10:00
AEJM Annual conference @ Sephardic Museum Toledo
Nov 19 @ 10:00 – Nov 21 @ 13:00
The Association of European Jewish Museums Conference 2017 will be hosted by the Sephardic Museum of Toledo, Spain, on 19-21 November. There will be an optional evening programme on 18 November and an optional excursion on 22 November. Click here to ... continue reading →
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Jewish cemetery, Salgotarjani utca, conference
Jewish cemetery, Salgotarjani utca, conference @ Fiume utca National cemetery, Budapest
Nov 21 all-day
  Conference on the Kerepesi/Salgotarjani utca Jewish cemetery in Budapest. A walking tour of the cemetery is included.      
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Rededication
Rededication @ Alba Iulia synagogue
Nov 26 all-day
The synagogue in Alba Iulia will be reopened and rededicated after restoration.        
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