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Nov
22
Sun
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova
Nov 22 @ 10:00 – 11:00
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova | Padova | Veneto | Italy

Guided tour of the 16th century Jewish cemetery on via Wiel in Padova.

Reservations are required, by Friday before the Sunday tour.

Masks are required, and men must wear head covering.

 

Nov
29
Sun
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova
Nov 29 @ 10:00 – 11:00
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova | Padova | Veneto | Italy

Guided tour of the 16th century Jewish cemetery on via Wiel in Padova.

Reservations are required, by Friday before the Sunday tour.

Masks are required, and men must wear head covering.

 

Dec
6
Sun
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova
Dec 6 @ 10:00 – 11:00
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova | Padova | Veneto | Italy

Guided tour of the 16th century Jewish cemetery on via Wiel in Padova.

Reservations are required, by Friday before the Sunday tour.

Masks are required, and men must wear head covering.

 

Dec
13
Sun
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova
Dec 13 @ 10:00 – 11:00
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova | Padova | Veneto | Italy

Guided tour of the 16th century Jewish cemetery on via Wiel in Padova.

Reservations are required, by Friday before the Sunday tour.

Masks are required, and men must wear head covering.

 

Dec
20
Sun
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova
Dec 20 @ 10:00 – 11:00
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova | Padova | Veneto | Italy

Guided tour of the 16th century Jewish cemetery on via Wiel in Padova.

Reservations are required, by Friday before the Sunday tour.

Masks are required, and men must wear head covering.

 

Dec
27
Sun
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova
Dec 27 @ 10:00 – 11:00
Jewish cemetery tour @ Jewish cemetery, via Wiel, Padova | Padova | Veneto | Italy

Guided tour of the 16th century Jewish cemetery on via Wiel in Padova.

Reservations are required, by Friday before the Sunday tour.

Masks are required, and men must wear head covering.

 

May
15
Sat
Explore former ghetto, Finale Emilia @ former Jewish ghetto
May 15 @ 09:00 – 17:30

Every half hour there will be a guided walking tour of the former Jewish ghetto in Finale Emilia.

Participants must wear masks and follow other COVID-19 health measures.

The tours are presented as part of the Italian Environment Fund’s Springtime Open Days events around the country.

 

Click here to learn more and register — reservations are necessary

May
16
Sun
Explore Jewish cemetery Finale Emilia @ Jewish cemetery Finale Emilia
May 16 @ 09:00 – 17:30

There will be a guided walking tour every half hour of the Jewish cemetery, founded in the 17th century. The cemetery had been abandoned for decades until a major restoration and clean-up in 1987 and a further restoration in 2015.

Participants must wear masks and follow other COVID-19 health measures.

The tours are presented as part of the Italian Environment Fund’s Springtime Open Days events around the country.

Click here to register — reservations are required

 

 

May
19
Wed
Jewish Bialystok virtual tour @ Online event
May 19 @ 19:00 – 20:00
Jewish Bialystok virtual tour @ Online event

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.

Click here to register

 

 

Jun
25
Fri
Krakow Jewish Culture Festival @ Online event also on-site
Jun 25 – Jul 4 all-day
Krakow Jewish Culture Festival @ Online event also on-site | Kraków | Małopolskie | Poland

The 30th Krakow Jewish Culture Festival will take place on-site and also on-line.

Live-streamed events can be accessed on the new website: 30.jewishfestival.pl

They include the events held in the JCF Tent, concerts organized in the Museum of Urban Engineering, Collegium Maius and the Tempel synagogue.

After the end of the live stream, they will be able to be accessed in the event archives.

Click here to see the Festival program

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