Traveling Exhibitions

Baroque Synagogues in the Czech Lands

This exhibition features the oldest and most valuable synagogues in Bohemia and Moravia from the 17th and 18th centuries.

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Don´t Lose Faith in Mankind...

Intended for children and young people, this exhibition shows various aspects of the life of Jews in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia from the perspective of six people who were children at the time of the war. Its aim is to...

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Neighbours Who Disappeared and Tribute to the Child Holocaust Victims

The Neighbours Who Disappeared project encourages young people to find out what happened to the people who disappeared from their neighbourhoods during the Second World War. The project is a source of methodological inspiration for studying the...

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Silver tide

This exhibition provides a glimpse into the life of senior citizens at the Jewish community's Hagibor social care facility through photographs by the leading Czech documentary photographer Karel Cudlín. A unique visual testimony to human...

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The second life of Czech Torah scrolls

This exhibition highlights the tradition of the Torah scroll and its place in the life of the synagogue. It also covers the fate of Torah scrolls from Bohemia and Moravia during and after the Shoah. Particular focus is on the circumstances...

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