• Jewish Jewels of the Baltics

    Lithuania, Latvia & Estonia

    September 4 – 15, 2022

    Discover the rich Jewish heritage and culture of the Baltics accompanied throughout by our scholar’s enthralling lectures and insights. See Vilnius, Riga, Tallinn, and other fascinating sites and countryside along the way.

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Yoram Bilu is a professor emeritus of anthropology and psychology at the Hebrew University. His research interests include the anthropology of religion (focusing on saint worship, messianism, and religious healing), culture and mental health, the sanctification of space in Israel, and Moroccan Jewish culture.

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Israel

March 2023

Portugal

April 2023

Vienna & Prague

May 2023

Sofia & Northern Greece

June 2023

Provence & Southern France

October 2023

Southern Spain

November 2023

 
 
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Aryeh, his dedicated staff, accompanying academics and guides are of the highest caliber and provide an experience that is unmatchable.”

—Alma & Burt K.

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The Jewish history of Alsace and the Rhineland is both tragic and triumphant. The area was the focus of the massacres of the First Crusade in 1096 as well as the center of a flourishing culture. Here Jews were oppressed and persecuted throughout the ce …

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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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Jewish settlement in Britain can be traced back to the time of William the Conqueror. Despite suffering persecution, pogroms, and eventual expulsion in 1290, over the centuries Jews have had an extraordinary impact on the economic, scientific, and cult …

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From the “Golden Age” of Spain to the present, the Sephardic community has made important contributions to Jewish, as well as Western, culture. Before the expulsion of the Jews in 1492, Spain was home to the world’s most vibrant Jewish culture—combinin …

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Culturally, historically, and spiritually, Italian Jewry is unique—considered neither Sephardi nor Ashkenazi. The Jews of Italy, who have lived there since the destruction of the Second Temple, have always had their own distinct culture, religious rite …

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We invite you to join us on a Museum of Jewish Heritage tour to Israel, designed for those who have already traveled to Israel as well as those visiting it for the first time. On this trip, which begins in Jerusalem, where ancient history mingles with …

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Before World War II, Poland’s 3 million Jews represented one of the largest and most influential Jewish communities in the world. The diverse community included Hasidim, secular Jewish intellectuals, Yiddish writers, Zionists, and socialists. Recently, …

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