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Buenos Aires Jewish Tour - Private Tour

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    4 HOURS

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    Buenos Aires, Argentina,
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Overview

The "Jewish Tour" is a private tour where you can see part of the stories and daily lives of members of the Jewish Community in our country.

In the circuit we will visit the "Plaza de la Memoria", which is the place where it was located on the Israeli Embassy in Argentina, now is located the monument to the memory of the Victims of the terrorist attack in 1994. Continuing the tour will visit the “Templo Libertad". In the building it works the "Argentinian Israelite Congregation", the oldest and largest Jewish Temple in the country.

Later we will visit the most important building of the Jewish community: the AMIA ("Argentina Israelite Mutual Association") is the new home of the Jewish community in our country, it was created to perform all the activities necessary to comply with the Jewish traditions.

On the tour you will also visit the "Holocaust Museum". It was created in memory of the Holocaust and contains data collections, stories, testimonies, documents and objects of the survivors that immigrated to our country after World War II.

Finally our highlight is the visit to the neighborhood of "Once", where most of the Jewish community lives. In the neighborhood can be visited synagogues, restaurants and markets that belong to members of the community.

Languages
English and Portuguese

Inclusions

  • Tickets
  • Transport
  • Tourguide

Exclusions

  • Drinks
  • Meal

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