03. February 2020
The second one of Budapest’s synagogue triangle has been out of service for long decades but will be celebrating its rebirth in 2020.

03. January 2020
Frank Sinatra was not only a gifted singer and entertainer, but was also active all his life against racism, anti-Semitism and for the state of Israel.

Jewish Poland · 03. December 2019
Fajgel Schulman is, as far as known, the only photographer who has documented the life of the partisans in the forests. she took over a hundred photos.

Jewish Germany · 21. August 2019
Hans Schiff (ship) was born in Cologne in 1907. He became the photographer of famous artists and intellectuals. Picture: john d. schiff: pablo picasso 1973 c/o leo baeck institut new york by Yu Jessler

Jewish Europe · 15. August 2019
Bar Mitzwah in Vilnius. Mazal tov to Jake and his family! Arranged by Milk&Honey Tours

Jewish Europe · 24. July 2019
Two open spots for our Portugal Small Groups Tour 2019 (October 24-30)!

Jewish Italy · 27. June 2019
A visit to Northern Italy started with Ferrara, which has an amazing Jewish Heritage

Jewish Poland · 23. June 2019
Krakow is kown as the city hosting the most important Jewish festival in Europe. An additional happening is taking paceright now: https://www.festivalt.com/en-programme/
Jewish Europe · 19. June 2019
The majority of Stumbling Stones honor victims of the Holocaust but many have been placed for Sinti and Romani people, gay, the physically or mentally disabled, members of the anti-Nazi opposition and many more. The name of the Stumbling Stones refers to an anti-Semitic saying, namely in Nazi Germany, when accidentally stumbling over a protruding stone one might have said: "A Jew must be buried here", but in a figurative sense, it might mean a "potential problem". On the other hand, the...

19. June 2019
A new exhibition opened at the Jewish Community Museum in Bratislava.

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