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"POLITIKA", September 6, 2004.
EUROPEAN DAY OF JEWISH CULTURE
JUDAIC CULTURAL HERITAGE
Greber, president of the Jewish Community of Belgrade
The manifestation "European Day of Jewish
Culture", which takes part in twenty five European countries, was
held in Belgrade yesterday, for the second time. The program,
lasting the entire day, began with the opening of the exhibitions
"Omanut" and "Sefer" and continued with a visit to the Jewish
Historical Museum and a tour of monuments of Jewish culture.
The evening program at the City Hall of the Jewish Community was
opened by Aleksandar Greber, president of the Jewish Community of
- Throughout Europe September 5th is dedicated
to Jewish cultural heritage and education on Judaism. On this
occasion lectures and exhibitions are organized, and synagogues,
museums, old Jewish quarts, cemeteries and mikhvas are visited -
The manifestation was continued with a concert held by the Choir
Baruh Brothers and a lecture by Milica Mihailovic, manager of the
Jewish Historical Museum, entitled "Cultural Heritage and Education
of the Jews of Belgrade".
Sefard songs of the Balkans enterpreted by Stefan Sablic and Israeli
dances by the "Nahar Ha esch" group preceded the lecture "Education
in Judaism" held by Rabbi Yitzhak Asiel. Ladino songs interpreted by
actors of the "King David Theatre" completed the official part of
The evening program continued with a cocktail with Jewish culinary
Photo: L. Vuletic
"DANAS", September 6, 2004.
"EUROPEAN DAY OF JEWISH CULTURE"
The manifestation "European Day of Jewish Culture"
was held yesterday in 25 European countries.
is a day when European cities, with their Jewish communities,
organize a presentation of Jewish cultural heritage for their fellow
citizens, and the main subject of this year's gathering bore the
title "Judaism and Education". Like last year, the Jewish Community
of Belgrade organized the aforementioned manifestation in
cooperation with the Municipal Assembly of Belgrade. Yesterday, in
the City Hall of the Jewish Community of Belgrade an exhibition of
fine and applied arts entitled "Omanut" was opened, coordinated by
one of the participants, Mirjana Dragic–Lehner, academic painter.
The following artists also took part in the exhibition: Judita
Kampos, Tugomir Brukner–Bruno, Jozef Baruhovic, Natalija Pavkov,
Milorad Vukanovic–Misel, Milica Ser, Dusan Bizic, Eliza Sadzak–Beta,
Mimi Bihalji–Vuckovic, Jovan Djordjevic, Isak Papo and Savo
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