Slovak Jewish Heritage Centre is a non-governmental and non-profit institute established in 2006. Among the Institute’s major activities are monitoring, education, promotion and consulting, which lead to the Jewish heritage preservation in Slovakia.
The core of the Centre’s research is Slovak synagogue architecture and other artefacts of the Jewish material culture. One of the side projects of the Institute is the Slovak Jewish Heritage Route that maps Jewish monuments across Slovakia. The route is associated with European Routes of Jewish Heritage and also aims to contribute to the preservation of Slovak Jewish monuments and integrate them into national and local cultural, educational and tourism contexts.
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