Each Thursday in August, join us to virtually visit four magnificent Synagogues Around the World with professional tour guides in each of these cities.
The cost for all four tours, $36.00 per household.
If you are unable to attend a session, the link will be sent to you the following day.
BERLIN: Fraenkelufer Synagogue
Thursday, August 19, 2021 Noon EST
Dekel Peretz was born in Tel-Aviv, grew up in Queens and has been living in Berlin for the past 18 years. Dekel holds a PhD in German-Jewish history and has been a top guide in Berlin, Potsdam, Dresden and the ShUM cities, the cradle of Ashkenazi tradition, for over a decade. He currently spearheads efforts to rebuild the main sanctuary of the Fraenkelufer Synagogue, destroyed by the Nazis, as a community and cultural center.
MEXICO CITY: Historic Synagogue
Thursday, August 26, 2021 Noon EST
Tour guide Mónica Unikel-Fasja, who found her passion in the streets of Historic Mexico City, where Jewish immigrants arrived and lived around a century ago. Monica has dedicated nearly half of her life to walk around those streets, narrating the testimonies and the stories of Jewish immigrants in the form of guided tours. She has participated in the revitalization of an abandoned synagogue which today is run as a cultural center, named Nidje Israel, and now known as the Historic Synagogue which opened in 2010, serveing as an open space for all sorts of Jewish cultural activities and all kinds of people.