Jews in Georgia - 26 centuries of comfortable coexistence
Virtual Tour Details
Let's travel to Caucasus region between Black and Caspian Sea and visit beautiful Georgia! Snowy mountains, gorgeous rivers and lakes, tasty food and wine, traditional warm hospitality - last years Georgia attracts tourists from all over the world.
Jews believed to first settle in Georgia after the destruction of the first temple in 586 B.C.
Here, Jews have been living together with Georgians for over 26 centuries. Most of the time it was and still is a peaceful and comfortable coexistence.
Writers and historians underline that Georgians always felt their honor and their moral duty to welcome Jews, because their beloved royal dynasty of Bagrationi is considered to be of Jewish origin.
On this tour, we will visit Georgia's capital Tbilisi as well as some other towns to explore the unique life and heritage of Georgian Jews.
This time our tour is almost 100% positive - there are simply no "dark" times in the Jewish history of Georgia.
When and Where
Sunday January 29th at 8:00PM Jerusalem time on ZOOM
6:00PM in London 1:00PM in New York 12:00PM in Texas and Milwaukee 10:00AM in California
Cost and payment
USD 15 per household
PayPal or Visa/Mastercard via PayPal
What if I miss the lecture and still want to watch it?
You will receive the video recording the day after the lecture
JEWS IN GEORGIA - 26 CENTURIES OF COMFORTABLE COEXISTENCE
Online tour on January 29th
You will receive the Zoom link to the tour after the payment is completed.