Ecco il sommario settimanale in italiano delle nostre notizie dal mondo dei beni culturali ebraici in Europa — Buona lettura! Romania: la sinagoga di Reşiţa sarà una delle sette località storiche ...
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Each of these essays reflects personal involvement or analysis by scholars, experts, and hands-on Jewish heritage stakeholders.
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The grand, neo-Romanesque synagogue in Reşiţa, in western Romania, is one of seven local historic buildings that are planned to get a facelift as the city marks 250 years of
The historic synagogue in Fălticeni, in northern Romania, suffered damage when part of its north wall collapsed. Photos, and video on the NewsBucovina web site, showed that the collapse June
Hungary: Mourning architect Anna Perczel 1942-2021, passionate Jewish heritage researcher and activist
With great sadness we mourn the loss of Anna Perczel, an architect, urban planner, and activist who researched and fought to preserve the historic buildings of Budapest’s pre-war downtown Jewish
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Exploring the hidden Jewish heritage on the Romanian shore of the Danube: The REDISCOVER project in Galați — and its pandemic-era online festival
Over the past three years, REDISCOVER, a project financed by the EU’s Danube Transnational Programme, joined 18 partners in eight countries whose aim was to reveal and promote often hidden Jewish heritage and encourage Jewish heritage tourism as a component of local tourism. Galați, a port town on the Danube in northern Romania’s Moldavia region, was one of the nine mid-sized cities that formed the REDISCOVER network. In this essay, Anca Filipovici, of the Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities, describes how the REDISCOVER project was implemented there with a multifaceted Jewish culture festival — held online because of the pandemic.