Sunday, April 30, 2017
Jews can trace their history in Prague all the way back to 970 CE.
The Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam brings to life the history books.
Budget airline Ryanair will be launching flights to Israel's southern tourist city Eilat, starting in the coming winter.
Henri Bendel is kicking off its holiday season with a distinctly Jewish flair.
Tel Aviv has been rated at one of the top 10 seaside cities in the world.
Twenty-seven American tourists have become the first such group to tour Israel outfitted with high-tech equipment including Google Glass.
More than 17,000 Jewish young adults will participate in the Birthright Israel free 10-day tours in the upcoming season.
It's no secret that the Jewish community loves to build awe-inspiring synagogues to worship in.
Jerusalem might be the most famous city in the world. Revered by the major monotheistic religions, the city has attracted the attention of the devoted.
The New Synagogue in Berlin connects the past with the present. The synagogue, opened in 1866, was built to serve the growing Jewish population in Berlin.


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