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A Virtual Tour of Jewish Berlin: From the Early Settlers to its Heyday

Hosted By: The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC)

Who were the first Jewish settlers in Berlin and when was the community established? What made the Jews of Berlin different? Learn about the Jewish Reform movement during this NEW virtual presentation on Zoom that explores the story of the Berliner Jewish community.

Virtually stroll around Berlin’s oldest neighborhood where the first Jews settled, and visit the City Center that was once dominated by the city’s Jews. You’ll go to the oldest Jewish cemetery and marvel at the New Berlin Synagogue. Walking in the footsteps of the Jewish intellectuals, merchants and bankers you’ll uncover the Golden Age of the Berlin’s Jewry. Your guide on this adventure is Olga Bokhonovskaya, a native of Odessa in the Ukraine. She will share with you exciting stories of the Jewish elite who played important roles in the economics and social life of the city.

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The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC)

The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC) is an educational non-profit, created in 1998, to preserve and support the Lower East Side’s community of living synagogues and other historic structures, and to raise public awareness of the neighborhoods distinct cultural identity. As the birthplace of American Jewish civilization, and the most iconic immigrant neighborhood in America, we share this history by taking people on walking tours which enter sacred sites, where you learn how past generations came here, lived and worshiped. Learn more about LESJC here.
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