Prague Jewish Quarter

 

private tour with:

 

Anna Kristyna, Alice and Yvonne

 

 

Prices are per 3 hours tour (not per person) :

Two participants : 3200 Czech Crowns

Three participants : 3900 CZK

Four participants : 4600 CZK

Entrance fee (530 CZK per person) to all museums and synagogues (including famous Old-New synagoge) is not included.

 

Contact:

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Alice, Anna and Yvonne became experts on the subject. You will have a unique opportunity to visit the former Jewish Ghetto including these interiors: All synagogues, Old Jewish Cemetery, Jewish Museum and Ceremonial Hall.

 

This educational, yet relaxing tour offers an opportunity to learn something new about Jewish history and heritage. You will learn for example why Nazis in Prague instead of destroying all Jewish buildings and religious symbols rather use them for their own propaganda plans.

Additionally, our guides will discuss with you how Jewish people are living in Prague today. Don't worry about too much of walking, all sights are very close to each other and there is always a chance to sit and relax indoors.


 

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Anna Kristyna, Alice and Yvonne are devoting their studies to history of Jewish nation and with historian Pavel Batel are filming interviews with survivors of Holocaust and Second World War era.



 

Yvonne (first in the left hand corner) member of European Union for Progressive Judaism Conference

 

 

Our guide Yvonne (in the blue t-shirt) serving in Israeli Defence Forces

 


Anna interviewing Mr. Tomas Kraus, Jewish Federation and Communities director for Czech republic, about his father legendary Czech writer and reporter (member of AK-1 transport to Terezin) and current situation of Jewish population in Bohemia.

 

 

Yvonne is leading interview with Mr. Hejda (93), one of the founders of Charta 77 (legendary anti communist pact domending human rights). Man who ilegally disconected radio connectations to avoid contrarevolution prepared by Russan army in 1968 is desribing to Yvonne details of the isolation of Jewish families from society through Nazi propaganda and restrictions orders. Non of his Jewish friends have ever returned back from concentration camps.

 

 

Rome - Ladispoli (Italy), February 2017

Benjamin Murmelstein (standing in the right corner) - the last and only surviving Elder of Theresienstadt - was accused by historians of collaborating with Nazis and imprisoned in the Czech Republic for almost a year after the war. His son, Wolf Murmelstein (83) spent his entire life trying to clear his father's name.

 

 

 

"We had few laughs together"...listening to family stories of Anna's aunt Svatava Vynal, niece of Edvard Beneš - president of Czechoslovakia between 1935 - 1948. Not only funny stories about her uncle president, but also description of Prague's Nazi occupation, changing conditions towards Jewish population and destiny of many president's family members in concentration camps.
You can watch our short documentary movie with niece of president Edvard Beneš - here

 

 

 

 

Interview with Aaron Cohen (writer, producer and documentaries maker) who created powerful film about Terezin and Auschwitz Jewish hero Freddy Hirsch

www.twitter.com/doc_auschwitz

 

 

 

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