A guided tour of the synagogue in Ernstein, near Strasbourg, built in 1957
A guided tour of the synagogue in Mutzig, built in 1787 and the oldest in Alsace, which is generally closed the visitors. The tour also includes the nearby church of St. Maurice.
A guided tour of the synagogue and Jewish heritage in Ingwiller.
Reservations necessary — and people must wear face masks.
The 17th annual Singer’s Warsaw festival — many on-site and online events are on the program, including concerts, lectures, guided tours, theatrical performances, and more.
On the program, click the title for more information and registration details.
Guided walk around the New Jewish cemetery, with a discussion of funeral traditions and gravestone symbolism, organized by the Jewish Museum branch of the City Museum.
Meeting point is the courtyard of the Old Synagogue, Szeroka 24.
The group is limited to 16 people.
For information — scroll down on this page : https://www.muzeumkrakowa.pl/aktualnosci/lato-w-mk
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.
Take a a virtual tour of Bialystok with Tomasz Wisniewski, an expert in Jewish history of Podlasie region, who will guide viewers through the city space and history of Bialystok, a home to Jewish community from the mid-17th century. Join in to listen to the history of Jewish community of Bialystok: its role in the rapid development of the town in the 19th century, social and cultural life in early 20th century, and the fate of Jews during Soviet and Nazi occupation.
The tour is part of the regular “Zoom in” program of the Forum for Dialogue NGO.
Wisniewski has been working for more than 30 years to preserve the memory of the Jewish communities of Poland’s eastern borderland. He created the web site jewishbialystok.pl as an online museum of Jewish history in the region and he received the POLIN museum award in 2018.
He has written several books, including a guidebook to Jewish Bialystok and surroundings, and on his YouTube channel you can find more than 2,000 films presenting Jewish history of the region. He has documented Jewish cemeteries and runs the site bagnowka.pl, which collects data on almost 40,000 tombstones, mainly Jewish ones, and also presents other heritage information.
More than 1,000 fragments of Jewish headstones that the Communist authorities removed in the 1960s from the Jewish cemetery on Zagorska Street and used to build a railway station platform will be exhibited to the public.
Excavations have been going on for six months to recover them, and they will eventually used to create a memorial.
At 5 pm, at the Muzeum Cafe Jerozolima, there will be a presentation about the history of the cemetery.