“Lost Synagogues of Europe” Giveaway

Last updated: December 28, 2011

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For those who enjoy immersing themselves in Jewish history and Jewish travel, here’s an opportunity for you.

We have partnered with Jdeal.com to giveaway a copy of “Lost Synagogues of Europe” by Andrea Strongwater and 3 signed artistic cards (images of those synagogues).

If you don’t win the giveaway, Jdeal.com is selling a copy of this book at a discount this week only.


Note: If you are attempting to enter this contest from a mobile device, it may not work properly. You can enter via your computer, or comment below and let us know “where in Europe you’d like to visit for its Jewish history”, which will give you one entry into the giveaway.

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  • MsRobynEmily

    Love visiting Venice and Florence. The Jewish Quarter (original “ghetto”) in Venice, and the beautiful old synaogogue of Florence. I have a tzedakah box of the Florence shul.

  • Rebeccah Movsky

    prague – the only thing the Nazi’s left intact. One of the oldest cemeteries. And then Italy of course – all of it!

  • I’d love to visit Hungary, where my dad was born. I’ve also heard good things about Paris and Venice :)

  • Rivkah T

    I would love to go to Poland,but I doubt i’d stop with just that one place.

  • I’d love to visit Prague and Copenhagen then move on to the French Countryside and London.

  • Ellen B

    Sounds like a wonderful book. Would be a nice book to share with my family.

  • Rochelle

    sounds fascinating. i love old buildings and shuls would be wonderful to learn about!

  • Rochelle

    i would love to visit spain and portugal or italy for their jewish heritage.