Jewish Heritage Europe

New Have Your Say personal essay, By Dr. Eugeny Kotlyar: Safe In Jewish Places — The Journey Of a Jewish Researcher, Now a Refugee In War-Wracked Ukraine

Art historian and Jewish heritage researcher Dr. Eugeny Kotlyar, a professor at the Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts,  is one of the millions of Ukrainian refugees — forced to flee to Lviv from his home in Kharkiv after … continue reading →

France: Historic Carpentras synagogue is in the running for a France’s Favourite Monument competition, sponsored by French TV

French TV is running a popular vote “France’s Favorite Monument” competition — and the historic synagogue in Carpentras is in the running. Anyone older than 13 and living in France can take part. Carpentras is helping get out the vote … continue reading →

Czech Republic: Volunteer for a an action in July to help clean up and maintain the Jewish cemetery and Shach synagogue in Holešov

Applications are open for volunteers to attend the annual 11-day “work camp” to clean-up and restore the Jewish cemetery and historic Schach synagogue in Holešov, Czech Republic, as well as to learn about Jewish heritage and help with the organization … continue reading →