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Venice: Jewish Ghetto Private Walking Tour
125,00 € *
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Enjoy the expertise of your specialist local guide for a private walking tour in Venice. Discover the Jewish Ghetto and learn about the history.See surprising landmarks that few visitors ever discover.Walk the streets of the ghetto to understand Jewish history in Venice. See the Deportation Memorial, the Levantine Synagogue and the Jewish Museum of Venice. 

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 30.05.2020
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Venice: Jewish Ghetto walking tour
74,00 € *
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Join a small-group ( max 12 people) walking tour with a specialist local guide. Discover the Jewish Ghetto and learn about its history.See surprising landmarks that few visitors ever discover.Walk the streets of the ghetto to understand Jewish history in Venice. See the Deportation Memorial, the Levantine Synagogue and the Jewish Museum of Venice.  Explore the old Ghetto district with artisan workshops, galleries, shops, and delis which is best explored at a leisurely pace.

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Stand: 30.05.2020
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Paris : Discover Jewish History (Walking Tour)
99,00 € *
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It is your chance to experience the historic center of Paris through the story of the town's Jewish population. Wander through Paris ' most beautiful streets with your local private guide by your side!Here are some highlights of the tour:- Visit the Jewish Quarter- Private guide by your side- Historical perspectives on the influence of the Jews- Admire outstanding architecture- Stroll the city - 2-hour private walking tour- Enriching it with their experience and culture.- Saint Michel District - Historical center of the Jewish community in Paris- Explore the island of the city: Notre Dame and the Memorial deportation.

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Stand: 30.05.2020
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Thessaloniki Jewish Heritage - Private Experien...
153,85 € *
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This a Jewish Heritage walking tour in Thessaloniki's city centre, where the main Jewish community used to live and work for centuries. Although not much of the old buildings is nowadays preserved in this neighbourhood, due to the terrible fire of 1917 and the World War II distructions, the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki has tried to show and renovate the main sites related to the Jewish Heritage.This tour can be done in the mornings only, when the sites are open until 14.00 - not on Saturdays.A longer tour can also be arranged out of the city centre upon request by private transportation to see the east-side of the city with the old Jewish villas of the early 20th century, the new Jewish cemetery on the west-end and also the old railway station, known for the Holocaust deportation of 50.000 Jews by the Nazis by trains.

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Stand: 30.05.2020
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A Childhood in Bohemia
62,90 CHF *
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Erika Schroll, a small girl, growing up in the picturesque town of Saaz, discovers the way of the world and her own nature amidst the turmoil of a World War and its devastating consequences. Always being accompanied by her mother, Josefine, she feels safe in spite of the family's sudden deportation with millions of compatriots to the recently destroyed Germany. In East Germany, by now was part of the Russian Sector, the country having been divided up by the allies, Erika and her mother spent 9 months in an overcrowded refugee camp, whilst her fatally sick sister, Liesl, was being nursed in the hospital in the town of Freiberg/Saxony. The long, enforced march across the Ore mountain range, dividing Czechoslovakia from Germany, had done irreparable damage to her already dysfunctional heart valves. After two years of starvation and ill health and the worst winter for centuries, their physical condition became critical. At that time, Erika's father, Ferdinand, found his family through the efforts of the Red Cross and helped them escape to the American West Sector. Josefine and the two girls had to cross the border from East Germany to Bavaria in the Western Zone illegally, while Ferdinand took their few belongings as hand baggage on the train. In No-mans-land, Josefine and the children were shot at by East German border guards. Nonetheless, Josefine felt that the risk of walking on was worth taking as the family would anyway have starved to death in East Germany. She succeeded and after many obstacles found her husband across the border. In order to obtain ration cards for his family, Ferdinand intended to leave them temporarily in a refugee camp in Regensburg, Bavaria, only to be told by the camp commandant that Josefine and the children had to be sent back to East Germany by train the next morning due to the lack of space for more people. Ferdinand decides to take the family to his elderly parents, who had also been deported (this time more humanely) to a small village in Bavaria. At last, the family was safe, but many obstacles and losses had to be overcome before a tolerable life could begin. The dramatic attempts of other close relatives to escape the life-threatening chaos all around them are interwoven into the main story, while the background is the roller coaster of political events and history in the making.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.05.2020
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A Childhood in Bohemia
29,99 € *
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Erika Schroll, a small girl, growing up in the picturesque town of Saaz, discovers the way of the world and her own nature amidst the turmoil of a World War and its devastating consequences. Always being accompanied by her mother, Josefine, she feels safe in spite of the family's sudden deportation with millions of compatriots to the recently destroyed Germany. In East Germany, by now was part of the Russian Sector, the country having been divided up by the allies, Erika and her mother spent 9 months in an overcrowded refugee camp, whilst her fatally sick sister, Liesl, was being nursed in the hospital in the town of Freiberg/Saxony. The long, enforced march across the Ore mountain range, dividing Czechoslovakia from Germany, had done irreparable damage to her already dysfunctional heart valves. After two years of starvation and ill health and the worst winter for centuries, their physical condition became critical. At that time, Erika's father, Ferdinand, found his family through the efforts of the Red Cross and helped them escape to the American West Sector. Josefine and the two girls had to cross the border from East Germany to Bavaria in the Western Zone illegally, while Ferdinand took their few belongings as hand baggage on the train. In No-mans-land, Josefine and the children were shot at by East German border guards. Nonetheless, Josefine felt that the risk of walking on was worth taking as the family would anyway have starved to death in East Germany. She succeeded and after many obstacles found her husband across the border. In order to obtain ration cards for his family, Ferdinand intended to leave them temporarily in a refugee camp in Regensburg, Bavaria, only to be told by the camp commandant that Josefine and the children had to be sent back to East Germany by train the next morning due to the lack of space for more people. Ferdinand decides to take the family to his elderly parents, who had also been deported (this time more humanely) to a small village in Bavaria. At last, the family was safe, but many obstacles and losses had to be overcome before a tolerable life could begin. The dramatic attempts of other close relatives to escape the life-threatening chaos all around them are interwoven into the main story, while the background is the roller coaster of political events and history in the making.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.05.2020
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