Finland: Home of Kosher Reindeer and Kabbalat Shabbat at midnight
Hosted By: Qesher
The Jewish minority of Finland, numbering approximately 1200 people, is organized into two centers in Helsinki and Turku, which makes it one of the northernmost Jewish communities in the world. Finland is one of the few countries with an Eastern European (Litvak) Jewish community that was unaffected by the Holocaust. Its double nature as an Orthodox-rooted yet progressive Jewish congregation also makes it unique in the world.
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