EDJC 2023 > Näitus “Judaism ja juudi tavad”
Before the Second World War, a small but active community operated in Valga. The war, the Holocaust and the Soviet regime destroyed this community. Generations grew up in the city who have no knowledge or historical memory of Jews, their faith and customs. The Valga Museum organizes an exhibition about Judaism and Jewish customs in cooperation with the Estonian Jewish Museum and with the support of the Estonian state. A lecture on Judaism and Jewish customs will be held at the opening of the exhibition, followed by a kosher cooking workshop. The Days of European Jewish Culture will be organized in Valga for the first time.
Vabaduse tänav 8,