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Visiting sites of ancient Jewish communities us often of interest to me. Estonia has a difficult past when addressing the acts against Estonian Jews. Despite feeling a little worried about my trip to Estonia I was in fact made to feel very welcome.
Ordinarily you don't hear much about Jews in Estonia. The original synagogue in Tallinn was destroyed in WWII. This beautiful modern structure was not erected until about 2006, 15 years after Estonia's independence, because of Soviet negativity on religion. It's even better If there's a...More
We visited them with a group of youth with visual special needs. They were very cooperative and made everything accessible. The guide there was very enthusiastic. It showed, that he wanted to tell us about everything but we just did not have enough time. It...More