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Hungary: students clean up part of Budapest’s vast Kozma utca Jewish cemetery

This past Sunday morning, October 27, 15 students from a Jewish highschool in Budapest gathered at the Kozma street Jewish cemetery in Budapest for the first clean-up and documentation day organized by the Friends of the Budapest Jewish cemetery, a … continue reading →

Portugal: Tomar Jewish museum in medieval synagogue reopens after revamp as interpretive center — see video

Following two years of renovation work, the Jewish museum in the 15th century former synagogue in Tomar, Portugal reopened earlier in October as the Interpretive Center of Tomar Synagogue and Abraão Zacuto Luso-Hebraic Museum. The €280,000 revamp was financed by … continue reading →