Project Judaica Foundation
is pleased to present
A visual tour of Prague's great
Historical Jewish sites.


     In the exhibit, you will see the extraordinary gothic architecture of the Alteneuschule Synagogue, built in 1279 and still in use. You will also confront the grim evidence of Terezin. This moving exhibit also provides an inside look at Project Judaica's on-going efforts to rescue Jewish cultural and religious artifacts from the Czech Republic, Poland, and other communities throughout the world.

     Also, be sure to visit The Jewish Museum in Prague's own Web site. Please contact the American Friends of The Jewish Museum in Prague at The Project Judaica Foundation, 1-888-424-5200, toll-free, or by Email to: info@judaica.org with any questions about Prague and/or The Jewish Museum in Prague.

     When you are finished with the tour of Jewish Prague, click on Project Judaica's Website to learn more about PJF and their other exhibits: Dead Sea Scrolls, From The Ends of the Earth, and Precious Legacy.

"A Tour of Jewish Prague" photographs by Mark Talisman.
Text by Project Judaica Foundation.
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