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The AEPJ extends an invitation to join the growing family of Jewish heritage routes in form of a guide-brochure which will be available following this link.

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New educational project on Jewish heritage in Spain
"Benjamin de Sefarad" strives to increase the knowledge of the Jewish Sephardic legacy among schoolchildren.
The Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters has developed a new educational project addressed to the pupils of 2nd grade of Secondary school. They are being acquainted with the Jewish Sephardic legacy of their hometowns and then they are to develop different projects on this subject.
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For the first time, two European Cultural Routes – the European Route of Jewish Heritage-Vineyards of Sefarad and Itervitis- have held a joint meeting in Girona (Spain), in order to strengthen ties and create new projects in the field of cultural heritage.

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The complete report of all participating countries of the European Day of Jewish Culture 2011

2015 European Day of Jewish Culture

Subject Matter: Bridges
Sunday, September 6th 2015

The 16th European Day of Jewish Culture will take place on September 6th 2015 under the motto "Bridges".

It's a very general concept, adaptable to anything that joins or connects different things.

The two shores joined by a bridge fully retain their identity, yet they are enriched and subtly changed by their communication.

Here are a few inspirational quotes:

Kol ha’olam kulo gesher tzar me’od, veha’ikar lo lehitpahed klal (All the world is a very narrow bridge, and the most important thing is not to be overwhelmed by fear).

Rabbi Nachman of Breslav

The wisdom of bridges comes from the fact that they know both sides, they know both shores!

Mehmet Murat Ildan

But misfortunes do not last forever (this they have in common with joys) but pass away or are at least diminished and become lost in oblivion. Life on the kapia alw [...]