Introduction to Jewish Prague Journeying through the streets of Prague is akin to stepping into the pages of a vibrant Jewish storybook. From the early settlements in the city's heart, marking the beginnings of the Jewish Quarter, to the bustling modern city, Jewish heritage is intricately woven into Prague's cultural tapestry. This city has been the canvas for significant Jewish figures such as the Maharal of Prague, the creator of the legendary Golem, and the world-renowned writer Franz Kafka. Today, we invite you to an exploration of Jewish Prague, a city that forever echoes the stories of its past and resonates with the pulse of its present.
The Jewish diaspora is a testament to the resilience and strength of a people who have traversed the globe, carrying their traditions, stories, and cultural heritage with them. Thanks to the power of Diaspora virtual tours, we can now embark on a journey through time to explore significant sites that bear witness to the Jewish experience. Join us as we delve into the world of the Jewish diaspora through virtual visits to Anne Frank House, Auschwitz, and Jewish Europe.