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Jewish heritage of Moldova and Ukraine

Jewish heritage of Moldova and Ukraine


You are very welcome to join us for an intriguing tour in search of the lost Jewish heritage of Moldova and Ukraine. Both countries were settled by people of many different nationalities, including Jews, which began using these regions as a trade route between the Black Sea and Poland since the 15th century.

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Jewish Trip Romania, Ukraine & Moldova

Jewish Trip Romania, Ukraine & Moldova


There is hardly a city or village in Europe, which would not be in a way connected with the Jewish past, which would not present a solid chapter in Jewish history and where the stones and soil haven’t been thoroughly imbued with Jewish blood and Jewish tears. 

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Jewish Heritage Tour and Roots Finding in Moldova

Jewish Heritage Tour and Roots Finding in Moldova

For the first time Kishinev becomes known as a Jewish settlement in the XVIIIth century. According to the census of 1897, the Jewish population of Kishinev was more than 50,000 people, i.e. as high as 46% of the total city population. In 1903, Kishinev suffered the notorious “Kishinev Pogrom” when 49 Jewish people were killed or died of wounds and approximately 500 were injured. 

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