With the easing of the Covid-19 restrictions, summer tourism is beginning – even if in a limited way – and in-person guided tours to Jewish heritage sites, such as synagogues, Jewish cemeteries and Jewish ...
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With the easing of the Covid-19 restrictions, summer tourism is beginning – even if in a limited way – and in-person guided tours to Jewish heritage sites, such as synagogues,
New “Have Your Say” – (House of) Life in the Time of Pandemic: Documenting a Jewish Cemetery in Isolation, with Dad
New JHE Have Your Say personal essay COVID-19 quarantine measures forced the closure of Jewish heritage sites and cancelled many volunteer Jewish cemetery clean-up actions. Monika Tarajko, of the Grodzka
CZ: Mazel tov! Village synagogue in tiny Police u Jemnice is being inaugurated after an eight-year restoration process. It will anchor a historic rural Jewish heritage complex
Thursday (July 9) sees the inauguration of the 18th century rural synagogue in the tiny village of Police u Jemnice, following a fullscale restoration over the past eight years. The