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The House of Life: Gold and Stories around the ancient Jewish cemetery of Bologna”
The House of Life: Gold and Stories around the ancient Jewish cemetery of Bologna” @ Bologna Jewish Museum
Jun 20 2019 – Jan 6 2020 all-day
The House of Life: Gold and Stories around the ancient Jewish cemetery of Bologna” @ Bologna Jewish Museum | Bologna | Emilia-Romagna | Italy
A major exhibit at the Bologna Jewish Museum will focus on the city’s “lost” medieval Jewish cemetery:  it was destroyed in 1569 by order of Pope Pius V and was rediscovered  during excavations in 2012-2014. the exhibit features material found ... continue reading →
House of Life exhibition
House of Life exhibition @ Willesden Library, London
Oct 3 2019 – Feb 16 2020 all-day
House of Life exhibition @ Willesden Library, London | England | United Kingdom
A never before seen showcase of the heritage of Willesden Jewish Cemetery, London’s preeminent Victorian Jewish Cemetery, established in 1873. The House of Life Exhibition previews new displays of the cemetery’s rich history, ahead of its opening to the wider ... continue reading →
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Synagogues as Museums and Galleries in East‐Central Europe 18:00
Synagogues as Museums and Galleries in East‐Central Europe @ Grande Synagogue of Europe, Brussels
Dec 10 @ 18:00 – 21:00
Synagogues as Museums and Galleries in East‐Central Europe @ Grande Synagogue of Europe, Brussels | Bruxelles | Bruxelles | Belgium
The opening of a photo exhibition by Rudolf Klein that presents a brief survey of synagogues converted into museums and galleries in Hungary, Austria, Bosnia‐Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia. The exhibit runs until January 16, 2020. The ... continue reading →
Guided tour 15:00
Guided tour @ Synagogue of Vercelli
Dec 15 @ 15:00 – 16:00
Guided tour @ Synagogue of Vercelli | Vercelli | Piemonte | Italy
 A guided tour of the Vercelli synagogue. Reservations are required by email to segreteria.comunitaebraicavc@gmail.com Or on the synagogue’s Facebook page  

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