This year’s Jewish Memorial Day will fall on August 13, 2023.

Among other things, Jewish Heritage Day includes 15 recently renovated buildings from the 10 Star Jewish Monuments Revitalization Project, which will be open to the public at a discounted admission price. The monuments will be open most days from 10:00-17:00. If a full-day opening is not possible for various reasons, the monument will be accessible at least during part of those hours. Specific opening times will be given in advance of the week in each monument detail on the site map. The event is organized by the Jewish Community in Prague in cooperation with the Administration of Buildings and Cemeteries a. s. Matana, the Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic and other regional partners. The Jewish Memorial Day is supported by a contribution from the Holocaust Victims Foundation.

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24/07/2023

Jewish Heritage Day

This year’s Jewish Memorial Day will fall on August 13, 2023.

Among other things, Jewish Heritage Day includes 15 recently renovated buildings from the 10 Star Jewish Monuments Revitalization Project, which will be open to the public at a discounted admission price. The monuments will be open most days from 10:00-17:00. If a full-day opening is not possible for various reasons, the monument will be accessible at least during part of those hours. Specific opening times will be given in advance of the week in each monument detail on the site map. The event is organized by the Jewish Community in Prague in cooperation with the Administration of Buildings and Cemeteries a. s. Matana, the Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic and other regional partners.

20/07/2023

MUHBA El Call Open Doors

Opened in March 2015, the MUHBA El Call is the best starting point for learning how the Barcelona Jewish community lived in medieval times.

Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 15 pm and from 16 to 19 pm.

04/07/2023

European Day of Jewish Culture in Istambul 2023

The European Day of Jewish Culture will be held on 12 November 2023 at the Quincentennial Foundation Museum of Turkish Jews and the adjacent Neve Şalom Synagogue. Held in Turkey since 2001, the EDJC will introduce the culture and traditions of the Turkish Jews with a series of events – lectures, exhibitions, documentary films, concerts, tours – this year within the framework of the « Memory » theme.

The Turkish Jewish Community has been living in the territory of Turkey for centuries and on this day visitors will be able to learn more about its culture, the vanishing language Judeo-Espanyol (Ladino), Sephardic dishes, concerts, talks, movie displays, and stories. The main purpose of the day is to introduce the cultural and historical heritage of Turkish Jews, as well as to share their traditional music and arts with the people of their country.

22/06/2023

Cultural Day in the Oslo Jewish Museum

The European Days of Jewish Culture 2023 starts on Sunday the 3rd of September. At the Oslo Jewish Museum, we kick off the cultural days with a full program in the museum. Welcome!

There will be an opportunity to participate in parts, or the whole program during the culture day. The first program post, the performance at 12:00 is intended for families with children. The rest of the day has adults as the main target group.

12.00 to approx. 12.30 – Children’s show: “Dos Veterbuk”
(suitable for small children, approx. 3 years and up)

Welcome to a magical forest, among puzzle boxes, candy roses and angel hair. There, in the middle of the meadow stands the wise old dictionary, Dos Verterbuk, whose crown consists of letters and words – in Yiddish.

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