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Virtual Tour of Jewish Denmark

Hosted By: Baltimore Zionist District

Jews first arrived in Copenhagen in 1622 thanks to King Christian IV and continue to be an integral part of life in Copenhagen today. Join the Baltimore Zionist District and local tour guide, Charlotte Thalmay, as we explore the history of Jewish Copenhagen and the triumphs, sorrows, and legacies of those who have long called Copenhagen home.

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