A range of concerts, performances, lectures, workshops and other events, at venues including the Yeshiva Chachmei Yeshiva and the Grodzka Gate Theatre NN complex. There are also online events.
An annual Jewish culture festival that takes places in several towns in east-central Germany’s Thuringia state, including Erfurt, Jena, Weimar, Eisenach, Gera….
There are concerts, performances, guided tours, “open doors” of synagogues, lectures, and more.
An exhibition of maps of Jewish settlement in Bohemia and Moravia in the18th century.
Translocation Plans of Jewish residences in the Lands of the Bohemian Crown from 1727–1728 represent a set of extraordinary value, providing a reliable picture of the internal development of settlements and their topography, and documenting, among other things, the economic and social condition of the Jewish population in the Czech lands. On the basis of comparison with other sources and, above all, sketch maps from the Stable Cadastre, it was possible to trace the development of Jewish settlement in the range of more than one century to some extent (until the mid-19th century).
There is also a web site associated with the exhibition
The Jewish Cemetery of Haguenau is one of the oldest cemeteries in Alsace and has 3,200 graves, some dating from the 17th century.
The cemetery was enlarged in 1766 and 1872. During World War II, its walls and doors were gutted, and graves were also destroyed.
Two guided tours of the cemetery are organized as part of the European Day of Jewish Culture.
Places are limited, registration is required.
A guided walking tour of the Jewish cemetery in Trieste, Italy.
The cemetery on Santa Anna hill — with some 12,000 grave monuments — borders the Greek Orthodox cemetery and the Protestant one. The British have their military cemetery around the corner. And to the south, the Catholic cemetery occupies the greatest part of the hill.
Opening of “House of Eternity,” an exhibit of photographs of Jewish cemeteries in central and eastern Europe, taken between 2004 and 2020 by Marcel-Th. and Klaus Jacobs.
Marcel-Th. and Klaus Jacobs created a photographic documentation of meanwhile 64 Jewish cemeteries in Germany, Poland, the Ukraine an the Czech Republic. The Jewish Museum Creglingen presents 40 selected photographies of this collection. Short characteristics explain the local conditions and the backgrounds of the visited cemeteries.
The exhibit will run until November 2, open on Sundays, 2-5 p.m.
There is also a tour at 14:00.
The cemetery has around 100 graves, with the oldest dating back to the 17th century.It was listed as a historic monument in 2016.