Monthly Archives: April 2012

Happy Passover from Moscow!

Recently Michael and I went to the first Jewish Museum in Moscow. Among the traditional exhibits usually found at Jewish museums such as displays of tzedakah boxes, kiddush cups, and objects used for life cycle events, there was a portion … Continue reading

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Bunker Tours

In the States I am sure there are bunkers, but I have never heard of any that give tours. In Russia, World War II and the Cold War seem to loom larger in people’s minds today than in America. WWII … Continue reading

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