Live streamed by me from the streets of Budapest using live video-conferencing software
Have a glance at the exciting and rich culture of the Hungarian Jewish community
During this outdoor live virtual tour live streamed by me from the streets of Budapest using a live video-conference software I walk you through the heart of the historical Jewish quarter of Pest. The neighbourhood is also known as the historical Jewish quarter.
For me this is one of the most interesting parts of Budapest's city centre, as the different layers of the city show their best here. During this one hour long live virtual tour I'll introduce you to the so-called golden triangle. While we walk the streets of Budapest, we pass by 3 synagogues out of which the Dohany street synagogue happens to be the largest operational synagogue in Europe. A tour to the historical Jewish quarter would not be complete without talking about those who've been awarded with the Righteous Among the Nations title.
- check-in & introduction
- Dohany street synagogue (aka the great synagogue)
- synagogue's cemetery
- Heroes temple
- Raul Wallenberg Memorial Park
- Kazinczy street synagogue
- Rumbach street synagogue
- wrap up, Q&A
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Duration: 1 hour
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I would like to thank Adam for an excellent presentation of the Jewish quarter of Budapest. His English was very good and his knowledge and history of the area was remarkable. We look forward to seeing him again with a different tour of Hungary. Thank you again for this interesting tour.