Seduva Jewish Ceremonies

I was privileged to attend the Seduva Jewish Cemetery Restoration and the two Holocaust Memorial ceremonies. [gss type=”slideshow” size=”large” options=”timeout=4000″ name=”boland3″ ids=”175289251,175289253,175289254,175289255,175289256,175289257,175289258,175289259,175289260,175289261,175289262,175289263,175289264,175289265,175289266,175289267,175289268,175289269,175289270,175289271,175289272,175289273,175289274,175289275,175289276,175289277,175289278,175289279,175289280,175289281,175289282,175289283,175289284,175289285,175289289″ carousel=”fx=carousel”] This is what Sergey Kanovich, who led the project, said at the first Holocaust Memorial ceremony: Most probably it was a sunny and bright morning of August 25th 1941. That was the … Continue reading Seduva Jewish Ceremonies