Since Perestroika, the Jewish community in Russia, particularly in its capital, has been experiencing a revival. In addition to a growing number of Jewish cultural and religious institutions and organizations, schools, kindergartens and kosher restaurants, the community boasts a Jewish theatre named after the Yiddish writer Shalom Aleichem. This tour is dedicated to Jewish Moscow. Visit the Jewish Cultural Center, located in the historical district in a beautiful 19th-century mansion. We'll drive to Berel Lazar Chabat center in Marina Roscha, built in 2000 close to the former Jewish quarter and visit the Poklonnaya Gora Holocaust Museum and Memorial Synagogue.
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