Judaica Europeana and the Jewish cultural heritage in Europe

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The international Conference of Judaica Europeana is one of the main events organized during the three years of the project. Its main objective is to present the results of the initiative: to provide Europeana, the portal of the European digital cultural heritage, more than 3 millions records and make available for the first time in digital format to the general public the valuable collections of many Jewish archives, libraries and museums.

The program also includes three artistic interludes on many cultural aspects of Judaism. The event is aimed at an audience of experts on digitization of cultural heritage, to scholars of Jewish culture and to a wider audience of people interested in the topics covered.

More info about Judaica Europeana: http://www.judaica-europeana.eu

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Programme: PDF, 3 MB

The event is organised by the Judaica Europeana Project in cooperation with
MIBAC Italian Ministry for cultural heritage and activities and other important italian institutes for libraries and cultural heritage.

Free entrance

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