Discover the Jewish inheritance of Barcelona in the Old Jewish Quarter Tour at your own pace, starting by the meeting point at the Call Barcelona Shop, where you can read ancient books or buy detailed souvenirs. Experience the 3D Virtual Video that will take you back in time to the Golden Age and relive the Jewish’s lifestyle and traditions. Continue the tour by accessing the Major Synagogue, the oldest one in Europe. Learn about its' history, architecture and events with a thorough and detailed guide tour. Finally, follow the self-guided map and discover the most remarkable and important sites in the Jewish Quarter. The best part of this tour is that there is no time limit or restrictions, you decide where to go and when. Major Synagogue Admission included and 3D Virtual Experience in the Old Jewish Quarter. This is a family-friendly and group tour with easy access from public transportation.
Walk into Jewish life with a local guide. This exclusive tour will take you into places unavailable to the public. Giving you an inside view of the community. While answering all your questions and providing detailed history about the culture and traditions. The tour will give you in-depth knowledge into the history, philosophy, and culture of the Jewish people and their practice. We will discover what makes someone Jewish and the Jewish view on non-Jews. Through this tour expect myths to be broken, your questions answered, and fascinating insights into what it means to be a Jew.
Join a small-group tour ( max 12 people ) for a detailed tour of the Jewish quarter in Prague. Enjoy hassle-free admission tickets for all of the sites listed, never wait in a line again. Benefit from the expertise of your local guide who has insider knowledge of the society in the city. Follow a coherent narration to embrace the history, traditions, and legends of the Jewish people in Prague.
Embark on this Jewish heritage walking tour and discover Jewish culture in Budapest. It is a beautiful tapestry dating back centuries, with the community’s contributions visible in the architecture and lifestyle in of many places citywide today. Our tour provides an exclusive guided walking excursion with detailed insight for those who want to get a comprehensive picture of the roles of the Jews in 19th-century Hungary, and to identify causes of 20th-century anti-Semitism culminating in the Holocaust. .
Start a 3 day Journey through the Jewish Heritage tour sites. Begin in Jerusalem make your way along the Kotel tunnels, Sepharadic synagogues, Davidson center, Tower of David, Israel Museum,Yad Vashem, Mt. Herzl, Ammunition Hill, Qumeran, Massada, Dead Sea and then back Jerusalem.Sites across Holy Israel! Recommended tour for a families, couples and groups. Unforgettable Jewish Heritage Experience Tour. • 3 touring days with a government licensed English speaking guide in an air-conditioned vehicle. • Visit Jerusalem in the holiest sites of Judaism • Ascend to the top of Masada by cable car • Float in the famous salt-rich waters of the Dead Sea • Lunch & spa in an hotel in the Dead Sea. • Entrance fees as per program detailed above • Hotel pickup and drop-off
Group Tour - A guided group tour takes you through the shades of Fort Cochin; you will witness all the attractions in Fort Cochin with a detailed narration with the help of the guide. The tour duration will be 4 Hours. Pick up from Cochin port and transfer to Fort Cochin, enjoy the sight seeing which includes, Fort Cochin Beach, Santa Cruz Basilica, St Francis Church, Synagogue, Jews Town and Chinese Nets. Friday and Saturday Jewish synagogue and Palace will be closed on Friday. You can enjoy the local cuisine in between and local market visit.
It’s hardly surprising that it took 45 years for someone to attempt an adaptation of James Joyce’s dazzling modernist masterpiece that parallels a day in the life of unassuming Jewish advertising man Leopold Bloom with the events of Homer’s Odyssey: it’s a novel that’s the very definition of the term ‘unfilmable’. But Joseph Strick made a BAFTA, Oscar and Golden Globe nominated go of it, helped by some outstanding Irish actors (Milo O’Shea, Maurice Roëves, T.P. McKenna, Sheila O’Sullivan) who are fully alert to the musicality of Joyce’s prose: almost every word in the Oscar-nominated screenplay was taken directly from the book. Wolfgang Suschitzky’s black-and-white photography of authentic Dublin locations brings Joyce’s famously detailed descriptions vividly to life, and Barbara Jefford’s impassioned delivery of Molly Bloom’s notoriously erotic monologue caused such a furore that the film was banned from general release in Ireland until 2000, something that would doubtless have amused Joyce himself.
The Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp north of Berlin existed from July 12, 1936 until the end of World War II and was used as a model for other camps.As licensed guides of the Concentration Camp Memorial of Sachsenhausen, we will guide you through the historical buildings and the informative exhibition, and answer all your questions about this terrible place.Highly educated, professional licensed guides lead you through Sachsenhausen former concentration camp providing important detailed information, the tragic history of courageous men and women, and stories of life within the interment site.Your excursion to the concentration camp near Berlin will take you through the Jewish Barracks, the Appelplatz roll call area, the prison, the pathology and hospital buildings as well as Station Z.
During the Second World War, six million Jews--as well as other targeted groups such as Gypsies, Poles, the handicapped, and homosexuals--were systematically murdered by Adolf Hitlers Nazis and their collaborators. The Holocaust Chronicle, written and fact-checked by top scholars, recounts the long, complex, anguishing story of the most terrible crime of the 20th century. A massive, oversized hardcover of more than 750 pages, The Holocaust Chronicle: A History in Words and Pictures is an excitingly unique, not for-profit endeavor that is a personal project of the publisher, Louis Weber, C.E.O. of Chicago-based Publications International, Ltd. As a book publisher, I am in a unique position to create this ambitious project, Weber says. The son of Polish Jews who settled in America in the 1920s, Weber conceived The Holocaust Chronicle in order to give something back to the Jewish community, and to bring the truth of the Holocaust to as many people as possible. The mission of The Holocaust Chronicle is to report the facts, clearly and free of bias or agenda. Featured are more than 2000 photographs selected after intensive research in the collections of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. and Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, as well as other archives and private collections located around the world. Many of these images are in full color and most are published in book form for the first time. The photographs chronicle the Holocaust in starkly visual terms, capturing victims and perpetrators alike, as well as Allied leaders and the multitude of peripheral figures. Caption-text is detailed, and rich with facts and human interest. The books 3000-item timeline of Holocaust-related events is unprecedented in its scope and ambition. Spanning the years 1000 B.C. to 1999 A.D., the timeline pinpoints deportations, atrocities, and important developments in the Nazis Final Solution, as well as individual acts of cruelty, compassion, and heroic Jewish resistance. Illustrated chapter-opener essays place the most important years of the Holocaust and its immediate aftermath, 1933-1946, into sharp perspective. Nearly 300 sidebars detail significant people, places, issues, and events. More than 30 full-color, specially commissioned maps show the reader where events took place. The sentiments and hatreds that gave rise to the Holocaust were not confined to the 12 years of Adolf Hitlers Thousand-Year Reich. The books illustrated prologue surveys the antisemitism that was expressed over many centuries in Europe as bloody pogroms, exclusionary laws, and other persecution. The illustrated epilogue documents the long, painful healing process that has lasted for generations and may never be completed.