אלטע היים

 

Where unknown memories come back

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Since autumn of 2010, we extended our traveling and guiding services to yet another area that is well known to us all. This service is similar to the individualized trips to National Parks in the U.S. We now provide also a comparable service for our customers willing to travel to East Europe.
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Understandably, the character of this trip is not focused on the natural wonders of creation.
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The focal point of this trip is to visit places of Jewish religious life, and places of Jewish ordinary life that once was.  We will visit places of Jewish glory and these of extermination, synagogues and cemeteries. You will take an amazing journey in time versus that of space. It will be a getaway for your mind and spirit more than for your body; you will be years away from the time we call now. You will walk the paths of Tzadikim and ordinary people; you’ll meet ancestors or your common Jewish family.

 

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A lot happened in these lands, good and evil. A third of our national history occurred over there. According to some estimates, 80% of American Jews have their roots sprouting from East Europe. It was a temporary home for our nation for almost 1000 years - Poland, Ukraine, Czech, Slovakia, Hungary, and some other countries in Europe. Visiting these sights tells us more about who we are than we can ever imagine.
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One of the great Jewish leaders described it as: a place of serenity (Po Lin) for a nation in exile and a place of final rest for millions of Kedoyshim. 

Being there will give you an unforgettable experience not comparable to any other in any way.

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This service is crafted to the specific needs of our costumers, the places they desire to visit, the total of people going, and the amount of time they’d like to spend there.

The prices of those trips are estimated according to all these factors listed above. Our price is still comparable to those of companies specializing in mass tourism.

For more details please see sample itinerary, or contact us: mat.cfp@gmail.com or call one of the numbers provided. 

Meanwhile you can visit the website that could give you this opportunity of traveling in time. The Virtual Shtetel  website could serve you for better tour planning or learning about everything related to the subject.

The website is associated with the Museum of Polish Jews being built in Warsaw, where historians bringing the remainder of the Jewish existence in Poland into a monumental project. 

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