Jewish Amsterdam: A Small Community with a Giant History
Hosted By: Qesher
Nachshon, one of the few original Portuguese Jews left in Amsterdam will describe what Jewish Amsterdam was like in the 17th century, when the city was the center of the Jewish world: offering the best Jewish education, housing the biggest Rabbis and home to the largest synagogue in the world.
Find out how this community was shaped and how it shaped its environment. How much was lost during World War II and what is left now. A compelling journey embellished with music, visuals and anecdotes.
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