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Virtual Tour of the 3 Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania

Hosted By: Baltimore Zionist District

Join BZD and tour guide Jacob Shoshan on a virtual tour of the 3 Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Let’s travel from Tallinn to the former Klooga Concentration Camp in Estonia, walk the streets of the former Jewish ghetto of Riga, stop by at the memorial at the Rumbula killing, and lastly, explore the Vilnius and the Ponar Forest.

As we seek Jewish heritage sites in places like Kaunas and Trakai, we also get a glimpse into Jewish life in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia before the Holocaust and hear what happened to those flourishing communities during that dark period.

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Jacob Shoshan

Born in Jerusalem, Shoshan is a licensed tour guide in Israel as well as a teacher and lecturer at The Tour Guide College in Israel. He is also a Senior Tour Director and Lecturer for the Geographical Society in Israel. Shoshan has visited 98 countries and led tours in 65 countries on all six continents. Shoshan is fluent in 15 languages too. He presents in-depth discussions on Jewish history, philosophy, and culture and is deeply involved in Holocaust education.
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Baltimore Zionist District

Baltimore Zionist District is a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting Baltimore to the state of Israel through events, programs, trips, and education.
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