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Yearning for Baden: Jewish Houses tell (Hi)stories @ Kaiserhaus
Yearning for Baden: Jewish Houses tell (Hi)stories @ Kaiserhaus
Aug 28 – Aug 29 all-day
Yearning for Baden: Jewish Houses tell (Hi)stories @ Kaiserhaus | Baden | Niederösterreich | Austria
Baden bei Wien – Baden by Vienna – was long a popular spa and summer guests were originally attracted by the glamorous presence of the Imperial Court. Many of these families who spent their summers in Baden had Jewish roots. ... continue reading →
20 Years Chatam Sofer Memorial exhibition @ Jewish Community Museum Bratislava
20 Years Chatam Sofer Memorial exhibition @ Jewish Community Museum Bratislava
Aug 28 – Aug 29 all-day
20 Years Chatam Sofer Memorial exhibition @ Jewish Community Museum Bratislava | Bratislavský kraj | Slovakia
A special exhibit marking the 20th anniversary of the underground complex designed by the architect Martin Kvasnica containing remnants of Bratislava’s Old Jewish Cemetery, which was destroyed in 1944, — 23 graves surrounding the Chatam Sofer’s tomb. Rabbi Moshe Schreiber, ... continue reading →
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15:00 Koszeg synagogue opening-exhibit @ Koszeg, Hungary synagogue
Koszeg synagogue opening-exhibit @ Koszeg, Hungary synagogue
Aug 28 @ 15:00 – Aug 29 @ 00:00
Koszeg synagogue opening-exhibit @ Koszeg, Hungary synagogue | Kőszeg | Hungary
The long-derelict 19th century synagogue in Kőszeg, western Hungary, is reopening to the public after a full-scale renovation that took place over the past two years. The synagogue, which is owned by the state, will become a cultural centre but ... continue reading →
16:00 Nowy Sacz Names Memorial @ People Not Numbers Memorial
Nowy Sacz Names Memorial @ People Not Numbers Memorial
Aug 28 @ 16:00 – 17:00
Nowy Sacz Names Memorial @ People Not Numbers Memorial | Nowy Sącz | Małopolskie | Poland
Dedication of the new memorial listing 12,0000 Holocaust victims, a project of Ludzie, Nie Liczby-People, Not Numbers, Sądecki sztetl and Dariusz Popiela.  

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