• Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Cross Section of Jewish Cultures

    Croatia

    September 3–15, 2019

    Beginning in Trieste, and continuing on through the spectacular Dalmation Coast, experience magnificent scenery while learning about the fascinating Jewish culture of this lesser known part of Europe.

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Sid Leiman, Ph.D. is one of the many scholars who bring a deep and broad dimension to our trips. Join Sid as he shares his extensive knowledge of Jewish life on our trip to https://jhtravel.org/trip/yesterday-today-tomorrow-jews-of-poland-2020/Poland/mylink] in June 2020.

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Future Trips

 

CUBA

January 7 – 14, 2020
February 11 – 18, 2020

ALSACE

April 24 – May 5, 2020

BERLIN: A week-long study/tour

October 13 – 20, 2020

BARCELONA TO PROVENCE

October 21 – November 2, 2020

ARGENTINA

November 4 – 15, 2020

SEVILLE: A week-long study/tour

November 13 – 20, 2020

 

 
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Lithuanian Jews, also called Litvaks, were among the most influential scholars, energetic businessmen, and skilled professionals in Europe prior to World War II. In Lithuania, Jewish secular and religious institutions flourished. With more than 100 syn …

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