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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 →
European Day of Jewish Culture
European Day of Jewish Culture @ all over Europe
Sep 1 all-day
European Day of Jewish Culture @ all over Europe | 0
The annual European Day (or Days) of Jewish Culture kicks off September 1st. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the event — which takes place in hundreds of locations all over Europe. JHE Director Ruth Ellen Gruber took part ... continue reading →
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Romaniote Memories – a Jewish Journey from Ioannina, Greece to Manhattan 18:00
Romaniote Memories – a Jewish Journey from Ioannina, Greece to Manhattan @ Greek Consulate in New York
Sep 19 @ 18:00 – Oct 3 @ 19:00
Romaniote Memories - a Jewish Journey from Ioannina, Greece to Manhattan @ Greek Consulate in New York | New York | New York | United States
Exhibition of Photographs by Vincent Giordano. The photographs are part of a multi-media archive, created by Giordano, who died in 2010, that was sponsored by International Survey of Jewish Monuments and in 2019 will find a new home at the ... continue reading →
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Opening new Simon Adler Museum 15:00
Opening new Simon Adler Museum @ Dobra Voda, CZ
Sep 24 @ 15:00 – 17:00
Opening new Simon Adler Museum @ Dobra Voda, CZ | Hartmanice | Czechia
  The opening of the new permanent exhibition at the Simon Adler Museum. The museum, which opened in 1997, is dedicated to Adler, a Jewish historian and rabbi who was born there and who was killed at Auschwitz in 1944. ... continue reading →
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