The Jewish Refugee Experience in Amsterdam
Beginning in the sixteenth century, Amsterdam’s Jewish quarter provided a sanctuary for Jewish families seeking refuge from Southern and Eastern Europe. Take a livestreamed, virtual tour of this bustling area with quaint cobbled streets and charming architecture. See local landmarks such as the city’s two impressive synagogues, the oldest park in Amsterdam, the stunning Hortus Botanicus, and the renowned Jewish Memorial. Co-presented with Our Travel Circle.
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