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Prague-Berlin: "A Tale of Two Cities" (10-day Travel Seminar)
From Wednesday, June 03, 2020
To Friday, June 12, 2020

 We will follow the trajectories of these great and beautiful cities, each in its time playing a unique role in Jewish life, and both succumbing to the great madness that almost led to the destruction of European Jewry. The seminar explores the ways that each city has dealt with its past, dealing also with political change and reintegrating into the surrounding societies: Berlin has become the symbolic phoenix of European Jewish life, while Prague allows us access to the precious legacy of central European Jewish life, ironically due to the Nazis' intention to create a Museum of the Extinct Jewish Race.

The "A Tale of Two Cities" seminar, taking place in Prague (June 3-7) and Berlin (June 7-12), will be led by Haim Aronovitz, Director of the Melton Travel Seminars. The seminar is open to adults who enjoy in-depth educational travel, including all Melton students and graduates.

Location Prague & Berlin
Itinerary and registration information available here.