Vida Neuwirthova – Your Prague guide
Josefov is name of Prague former Jewish Quarter, established as
an independent fifth district within the territory of the Old Town of Prague
following the emancipation of the Jewish population after 1850. Large
part of it was demolished at the turn of 19th. century. The only preserved
parts of the former ghetto are six synagogues, ceremonial hall of burial
society, Jewish town hall and famous old Jewish cemetery. You will visit
all these sites, including the Pinkas Synagogue with the approximately
80 000 names of the victims of the holocaust inscribed on the walls,
the Spanish Synagogue in moorish style and the main treasure of it
is The Old-New Synagogue, dated from 1290.
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Kolín + Kutná Hora
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