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Jewish Amsterdam: A Small Community with a Giant History

Hosted By: Baltimore Zionist District

Join the BZD and tour guide Nachshon Rodrigues Pereira, one of the few original Portuguese Jews left in Amsterdam. On this tour, we will discuss what Jewish Amsterdam looks like today and what it was like during the 17th century when this city was the center of the Jewish world: offering the best Jewish education, housing the most prominent Rabbis, and was home to the largest synagogue in the world.

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