Kedainiai & Dotnuva

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On the road to Keidan

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Dotnuva Jewish cemetery

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At Atzalyno Gymnazija with Laima, other teachers and students.

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Video of presentation by two students

Report on the school’s visit to Seduva and the Lost Shtetl. Click on this image below.

Visit-to-Seduva

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Around the streets of the Old Town of Kedainiai.

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The cultural centre, formerly the two synagogue complex.

2 Replies to “Kedainiai & Dotnuva”

  1. DEAR SIR,
    I was pleased to read the article on.
    I visited a year ago. My father and his family for several generations were born there.

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