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Jewish Traces in Franconia 14:00
Jewish Traces in Franconia @ Judisches Museum Franken, Fürth
May 12 @ 14:00 – Sep 22 @ 14:00
Jewish Traces in Franconia @ Judisches Museum Franken, Fürth | Fürth | Bayern | Germany
An exhibition of photographs by Christian Schuster, focusing on the traces of Jewish (often rural) life in northern Bavaria’s Franconia region. The opening ceremony is at 14:00 on May 12, 2019.  
Journey through the Ukrainian-Jewish Encounter 16:00
Journey through the Ukrainian-Jewish Encounter @ Lviv Historical Museum
May 16 @ 16:00 – Jul 16 @ 18:00
Journey through the Ukrainian-Jewish Encounter @ Lviv Historical Museum | L'viv | L'vivs'ka oblast | Ukraine
A multi-media exhibit at the at the Lviv Historical Museum (Market Square 6). The opening is a 16:00 on May 16. There is an outdoor part and also an indoor multimedia installation that showcases Jewish life in Lviv and region ... continue reading →
Psalm: Edmund de Waal installation
Psalm: Edmund de Waal installation @ Venice
May 8 – Sep 29 all-day
Psalm: Edmund de Waal installation @ Venice  | Venezia | Veneto | Italy
  Edmund de Waal is creating a major new two-part exhibition to be displayed in the 500-year-old Jewish Ghetto in Venice, coinciding with the opening of the 58th Biennale. The first part is located in the spaces surrounding the Canton ... continue reading →
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Reopening Jewish Museum 16:30
Reopening Jewish Museum @ Bucharest
Jun 7 @ 16:30 – 19:00
After a five year break for restoration and revamping, the Museum of the History and Culture of Jews in Romania is reopening, also with the dedication of new art gallery. The museum was founded in 1978, at the initiative of ... continue reading →
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Reinauguration Hârlâu synagogue
Reinauguration Hârlâu synagogue @ Hârlâu synagogue
Jun 13 all-day
Reinauguration Hârlâu synagogue @ Hârlâu synagogue | Hârlău | Județul Iași | Romania
The synagogue in Hârlâu, Romania will be rededicated following restoration. A day-long program of events starts at 10:30 a.m. (See photo)      
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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 →
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Rededication Tarnow Jewish Cemetery 10:00
Rededication Tarnow Jewish Cemetery
Jun 25 @ 10:00 – Jun 26 @ 17:00
Rededication Tarnow Jewish Cemetery
The historic Jewish cemetery in Tarnow, Poland will be ceremonially rededicated after years of extensive restoration work. The rededication ceremony on June 26 takes places within the context of the two-day Tarnow Jewish Reunion. Other events include a walking tour ... continue reading →
Presentation of restored 16th century Ark 21:00
Presentation of restored 16th century Ark @ Florence Jewish community
Jun 25 @ 21:00 – 22:30
Presentation of restored 16th century Ark @ Florence Jewish community | Firenze | Toscana | Italy
Following its discovery and restoration, an elaborate 16th century Aron ha-Kodesh from Pisa, believed to be the oldest Ark in Tuscany, will be displayed as part of a program during which its history and the restoration process will be discussed. ... continue reading →
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Jewish textiles in Italy
Jewish textiles in Italy @ Uffizi gallery, Florence
Jun 27 – Oct 27 all-day
Jewish textiles in Italy @ Uffizi gallery, Florence | Firenze | Toscana | Italy
The Colours of Judaism in Italy: Precious textiles and fabrics from ancient Jerusalem to contemporary ready-to-wear The exhibition at the famed Uffizi Gallery explores various aspects of the Jewish world’s relationship with fabrics and textiles for both religious and secular ... continue reading →
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