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Jewish Studies Conference, Moscow
Jewish Studies Conference, Moscow @ Sefer Center, Moscow
Feb 4 – Feb 6 all-day
  25th International Annual Conference on Jewish Studies   Program will be available January 10, 2018    
Synagogue guided tours 15:00
Synagogue guided tours @ Vercelli synagogue
Feb 4 @ 15:00 – 18:00
There will be guided tours of the synagogue in Vercelli, in Italy’s northwestern Piedmont region, every 30 minutes. Reservations are not required. The synagogue, inaugurated in 1878, was designed by Marco Treves, the Vercelli-born architect who also designed the synagogue ... continue reading →
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Opening, Bródno cemetery exhibit 15:00
Opening, Bródno cemetery exhibit @ Bródno Jewish Cemetery, Warsaw
Feb 6 @ 15:00
After a VIP opening ceremony, the new permanent exhibition at the Bródno Jewish cemetery in Warsaw’s Praga district will be open to the public.    
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Launch of Synagogue Survey
Launch of Synagogue Survey
Feb 7 all-day
Launch of Synagogue Survey
Kazinczy st orthodox synagogue, Budapest   Official launch date of the inventory of synagogues in Europe, carried out by Sergey R. Kravstov and Vladimir Lenin for the Foundation for Jewish Heritage
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Archaeology and Jewish itineraries in Sicily 10:00
Archaeology and Jewish itineraries in Sicily @ Florence, Tourism & Archaeology Salon (room 4)
Feb 18 @ 10:00 – 13:00
New research on archaeological evidence of Jews in Sicily from Antiquity to the Middle Ages will be presented (in Italian) at the 2018 “tourismA” Salon for archaeology and tourism at the Palazzo dei Congressi in Florence. Program: «Ebrei e non ... continue reading →
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AEPJ General Assembly
AEPJ General Assembly @ Casa Adret, Barcelona
Feb 22 – Feb 23 all-day
  General Assembly of the AEPJ  (Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage in Europe) in its new headquarters in the old town of Barcelona.
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