Greek Jewry: At the Crossroads of Civilizations
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The presence of Jews in Greece dates back to antiquity; it is the oldest Jewish community in the western hemisphere, it was the epicenter of Sephardi culture in Europe and boasted the unique Greek-speaking Romaniote community as well as Jews that had taken refuge there from all across Europe. At the start of WWII, Jews in Greece numbered around 80,000, however, the Holocaust decimated the Jewish population. At present, the Jewish community is working to preserve its unique heritage.
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