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THE JEWISH COMMUNITY

  • BOOK: Freedman, Warren. World Guide for the Jewish Traveler. NY: E.P. Dutton Inc, 1984.
  • BOOK: Gruber, Ruth Ellen.Jewish Heritage Travel: A Guide to East-Central Europe. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1992. (pages 234-259).
Wikipedia with more Jewish history: "The Jewish community of Serbia goes back two thousand years. Jews first arrived in what is now Serbia in Roman times. The Jewish communities of the Balkans remained small until the late 15th century, when Jews fleeing the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions found refuge in Ottoman-ruled areas, including Serbia. Jewish communities flourished in the Balkans until the turmoil of World War I. The surviving communities, including that of Serbia, were almost completely destroyed in the Holocaust during World War II." [July 2014]
The only remaining functioning synagogue in Serbia is the Belgrade Synagogue.
Jewish history. [July2014]
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2 ADA
3 APATIN
4 BACKA TOPOLA:
5 BELGRADE
6 CANTAVIR
7 CELAREVO
8 Dorcol Holocaust Memorial
9 MALI IDOS
10 NIS
11 NOVI SAD
12 RADEVO:
13 SENTA
14 SOMBOR
15 STARA MORAVICA
16 SUBOTICA
17 Topovske Šupe Holocaust Memorial
18 ZEMUN
 
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