The Hungarian sociologist and lawyer András Gyekiczki, who worked to preserve Jewish memory and heritage, has died. Gyekiczki, who died of cancer July 14, spent years researching the forgotten stories ...
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The Hungarian sociologist and lawyer András Gyekiczki, who worked to preserve Jewish memory and heritage, has died. Gyekiczki, who died of cancer July 14, spent years researching the forgotten stories
The ruined Great Synagogue in Raşcov (Rashkov), is among 16 heritage sites on both sides of the Dniester River that may receive restoration funding from the EU. Only 10 of
Italy: Full-scale €9 million revamp & expansion of the Venice Jewish Museum announced; work due to start in October and last 3 years
If all goes well, the Jewish Museum of Venice will undergo a full-scale expansion, revamp, and redevelopment starting in October, right after the High Holidays. The last step before the