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Show Traces History of Prekmurje Jews

Maribor, 28 January - The north-easternmost Slovenian region was home to quite a large community of Jews in the 19th century, but the turbulence of World War I and in particular deportations to Nazi death camps in World War II all but wiped them out. Now a display at the Maribor Synagogue traces the history of Prekmurje Jews.

Maribor
An exhibition on Prekmurje Jews opens at the Maribor Synagogue.
Photo: Bojan Sustar/STA

Maribor
An exhibition on Prekmurje Jews opens at the Maribor Synagogue.
Photo: Bojan Sustar/STA

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The author of the exhibition on Prekmurje Jews, Franc Kuzmic at the launch at the Maribor Synagogue.
Photo: Bojan Sustar/STA

Maribor
An exhibition on Prekmurje Jews opens at the Maribor Synagogue.
Photo: Bojan Sustar/STA

Maribor
An exhibition on Prekmurje Jews opens at the Maribor Synagogue.
Photo: Bojan Sustar/STA

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