Belarus is a place of birth of the well-known personalities, internationally renowned artists as Mark Chagall, the founder of modern radio communications David Sarnov, Israel's prominent political figures such as Chaim Weizmann, the first President of Israel, Menachem Begin and Shimon Peres, the former Prime Minister of Israel and Nobel laureates Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress.
There are 47 Jewish cultural communities, 3 Jewish religious associations which consist of 43 communities registered and active in Belarus with the support of the state structures.
Contact us today to discuss your plans and we will be happy to prepare a quotation for your ancestral or heritage tour and look forward to bringing you back to Belarus to discover the world that your ancestors once knew..
We will create your personal itinerary and take care of all your travel arrangements from accommodation, transportation, meals, admissions and guiding right through to arranging special visits to synagogues, JCC, Jewish museums, private homes, Jewish cemeteries, Holocaust memorials and archives.
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Minsk and Minsk region
The Museum of History and Culture of Jews of Belarus. Visiting the Minsk Jewish Community House.
The history of the Minsk ghetto. The Holocaust.
The Memorial Museum of Zaire Isaakovich Azgur.
The Memorial Khatyn in the memory of the 2.2 million dead citizens of Belarus during the Second World War.
The Concentration Camp Maly Trostenets where from 1941 to 1944 were destroyed more than 200 000 Jews of Belarus and Western Europe.
The Museum of folk crafts and technologies "Dudutki”.
Visiting the Museum and Art Center of Marc Chagall.
The local Jewish organization and functioning synagogue. Shabbat.
Visiting the Rabbi Shimon Shkop's grave, Jewish cemetery (1642), Memorial Plaque to ghetto.
Buildings of the Synagogue and Yeshiva.
Shabbat with the Grodno Jewish Community House “ The Light of Menorah."
Visiting the Synagogue and Yeshiva.
A monument to the Holocaust victims. The Memorial Plaque to Yefim Fomin.
Communicating with the Jewish association "Brisk". Shabbat.
Visiting a memorial commemorated to 8500 Jews - victims of the Holocaust. Communicating with the Jewish community of Lida. Shabbat.
Visiting the typical Jewish town of XIX - early XX centuries.
Mir Castle (XVI century) included in UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Jewish synagogues, Yeshiva (1847), Jewish library.
An ancient cemetery of 1731 with the grave of shoihet of Yeshiva Mir Rabbi Ieruham Leibovitz.
A monument to over 1500 Jews victims of the Holocaust, tomb of the last Rabbi of Mir, place of execution of 700 Jews of the town.
The Museum of Jewish ghetto resistance, a documentary film about the Jewish partisans detachment and their successful escape.
Visiting the first Yeshiva in Eastern Europe (1806), Jewish cemetery (1656) where buried the founder of Yeshiva Rabbi Haim, as well as, a monument to more than 2000 Jews of Volozhin destroyed during the Holocaust. A monument to 300 Jews of the town burnt alive.
Visiting the only surviving wooden synagogue (1912) built in Belarus.
The local Jewish organization, local museum of history.
A monument to 2000 Jews of the town victims of the Holocaust. An ancient Jewish cemetery of 1712.
The house of the head Rabbi, city block of a ghetto.
Visiting the Slonim’s synagogue - a monument of architecture of XVII century (1648), synagogue of XIX-XX centuries.
Buildings owned by the Jewish organization. Residential building of Jewish neighborhoods XVIII-XIX BB.
A restored Jewish cemetery, the graves of Slonim’s tzadikim, 4 Holocaust sites. Monuments to 35 000 Jews who died here during the Holocaust.
Visiting the Borisov’s Yeshiva complex.
Visiting two Jewish cemeteries, the Holocaust site to more than 9000 Jews, the grave of Gadol mi Minsk - Rabbi Iehuda Leib Perelman.
Jewish community organization “The Light of Menorah”. Shabbat.
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