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This book is for anyone an interest in Jewish history in Eastern Europeand the Balkans. It is designed to be a journey through both territoryand time, illuminating the backgrounds while guilding the reader throughthe topography. Many of the monuments described are hard to find and inverious stages of desrepair: poignant reminders of a long - disappearedculture.

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