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  • Rudolf Klein: Synagogues of East-Central Europe 1782-1994

    Exhibition Guide
    Külgazdasági és Külügyminisztérium, 2014, 36 page


    This exhibition invites visitors to persue the architectural testimony to the process of Jewish emancipation in the lands of East-Central Europe. By displaying images of existing synagogues, the exhibition illustrates the two-century-long passage of Jews on paths to liberation. In the 18th century, Jews began to migrate from the remote shtetls (Jewish settlements) of the Pale of Settlement (territories of present-day Lithuania, Belarus, Poland, Moldova and the Ukraine) and the Ghettos in the northern parts of the Habsburg Empire towards major cetnres in East-Central Europe, with sojourn in the villages and townships or the market towns of what is today Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and the Ukraine. This migration entailed cultural transformations: traditional Jewish life was replaced by modern ways of life as Jews became part of modern gentile societies.