The Night of the Synagogues in Romania, 2022

The annual “Night of the Open Synagogues” will take place in Bucharest and other Romanian cities this Saturday night!

Four synagogues in the capital will be open to the public starting at 8 p.m., each hosting a range of activities including film showings, talks, tours, food and wine tastings, music and dance, theatrical performances, meetings with rabbis, Havada celebrations and much more.

The annual festival, sponsored by the Federation of Jewish Communities in Romania and the Joint Distribution Committee, has been going on for nearly a decade.

Click the link on the profile to find the full program:


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