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A geni.com genealogy umbrella project, listing all of the sub-projects on Jews from towns in Bohemia and Moravia in the Czech Republic.
A primer-type article with links to many resources.
A center for archival research in the regions of Bohemia, Moravia, and Austria, with numerous online resources, including a Bibliography of publications (mainly) in Czech.
JEWISH TRAVEL AND TOURISM RESOURCES
A network of Jewish heritage sites in 10 towns around the Czech Republic, including 10 synagogues and five other buildings. All have been restored, with a monothematic exhibition installed in each, creating what amounts to a nationwide Jewish museum.
Downloadable pdf guide brochure prepared by the Czech Tourism board, which includes Jewish sites as well as Christian. The Czech Tourism web site also has a section on Jewish heritage sites.
Database and information administered by the Brno Jewish community; run in conjunction with the Jewish Tourist and Information Center in Brno that was opened in January 2011 as a collaborative effort between the Jewish community and the Brno Tourist Information Center. The web site has extensive information on a number of towns.
Online guide to Jewish heritage sites in 20 towns in the Plzen region of western Bohemia.
TRAVEL AND TOURISM PROFESSIONALS
Jewish tours and sight-seeing in the town of Třebíč, whose extensive Jewish quarter (with 2 synagogues) and Jewish cemetery are on the UNESCO register of world heritage sites.
Kaprova 13 (bell from Maiselova 1)
11000 Prague, Czech Republic
Tel: +420 222 32 1954
Fax: +420 222 32 1954
Mobile Phone: +420 602 214 088
Novotneho Lavka 5
Prague 1 120 00 Czech Republic
Tel: +420 222 252 472
Fax: +420 222 252 472
The oldest tour agency in Prague specializing in Jewish heritage tourism.