Slovenian towns take part in European Days of Jewish Heritage

Several Slovenian towns are taking part in the European Days of Jewish Heritage, which for the first time in 20 years was launched with an eight-hour online programme open to all.

In Slovenia, the event was launched with an exhibition at the Maribor Synagogue featuring photographs on the largest-ever Slovenian pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 1910.

Events are also being held in Lendava, Murska Sobota and Negova Castle.


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