In commemoration of the 80th anniversary (September 1st)  of the outbreak of World War ll, Jewish Heritage Europe posted a number of photographs of before and after (restoration) of synagogues from the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.  It is also the 20th anniversary of the European Day(s) of Jewish Culture which is a Pan-European festival of tourism and education which focuses on Jewish culture and history celebrated in many European countries.

To see the photographs go to:

European Days of Jewish Culture (EDJC) begin on September 1st is being celebrated in 34 countries by opening doors of historic synagogues and 400 cities engaging local communities.  EDIC focuses on Jewish tradition before and after the Holocaust. 

To read more about what the history of the EDJC and what  different countries are doing see:

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