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On a trip to Jewish Copenhagen


An exciting walking tour that conveys Danish Jewish cultural history from 1622 to the present day.

Take a historical walk through Danish Jewish history in Copenhagen, where on the five kilometer long trip you will pass selected points of impact that show some of the facets of Danish Jewish cultural history.
The route starts at the Danish Jewish Museum's unique architecture and takes you, among other things, past the site of Copenhagen's first synagogue and to the atmospheric Jewish burial ground in Nørrebro.
Along the way, you will meet buildings and memorials, each of which contains important stories about Jewish life in Denmark over 400 years. Jews have lived everywhere in Denmark since Christian IV invited Jews to settle in Glückstadt in 1622. In several market towns, but especially in Copenhagen, there are still traces of a rich Jewish life.

The: The start is in front of the Danish Jewish Museum, and the tour ends at the Mosaic Northern Cemetery on Møllegade. The trip is 5 km long.

Sign up: write to info@jewmus.dk with name and number of tickets. There is a limited number of places.

Price: DKK 50 per person paying on MobilePay: 315083. 

When: On 6 June 2024 at 13:00-15:00