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Current events at the Tolerance Center of the Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum:


 





The public procurements Commission on the Ideas of the Comprehensive Re-arrangement of Paneriai Holocaust
and Nazi Victims Memorial
gathered on its first session on the 25th of February, 2014.

 


 



Shoa poster exhibition "Keeping The Memory Alive" will be on the display in the Tolerance Center
from the 23rd of January.

The subject of the competition in 2012 was "Keeping The Memory Alive" – "Children in the Holocaust", and for the 2013-2014 competition students were invited to create original posters on "Keeping The Memory Alive – Journeys through the Holocaust", corresponding with the designated theme of the United Nations Holocaust and Outreach Program in 2014. Each year an international jury, comprised of experts in both design and in Holocaust education from all partner countries, selected the best 16 designs for the display.

The "Keeping The Memory Alive" posters will be mounted around the world to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day,
27 January 2014.

 For more information on the Poster Design competition please visit:
http://www.yadvashem.org/yv/en/education/international_projects/posters/index.asp

 



Upcoming events at the Tolerance Center:

Thursday, May 8. Opening of “The Road of the Sephardic Jews: Jewish Heritage in Spain” photography exhibition. The Jewish community in Spain boasts of a rich long-standing history of over 2000 years. New Jewish heritage sites are still being discovered in the biggest Spanish cities of Barcelona, Seville, Cordoba, Toledo and others. The Iberian Peninsula where the Jewish, Christian and Muslim cultures come together offers a wonderful opportunity to travel back in time. Partners: Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain in Vilnius.

 

Modified: 4/22/2014
Information
2014.04.16

We invite you to the exhibition
"Lithuanian jews behind iron curtain"
The exhibition will be opened until July 31st, 2014.
at the Tolerance center, Naugarduko 10/2, Vilnius

 

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We invite you to the Shoa poster exhibition
"Keeping The Memory Alive"
at the Tolerance center, Naugarduko 10/2, Vilnius

 

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If you wish to order the guided tour, while visiting the VGSJM please call
phone +370 5 212 0112
or write muziejus@jmuseum.lt

 

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If you wish to order the educational programme, please call
mob.+370 616 55 123;

or write muziejus@jmuseum.lt

 

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 Tolerance Center
(Naugarduko St. 10/2) working hours:
Monday-Thursday: 10:00-18:00,
Friday: 10:00-16:00,
Saturday-closed,
Sunday: 10:00-16:00

 

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Holocaust Exposition
(PamÄ—nkalnio St. 12) working hours:
Monday-Thursday: 9:00-17:00,
Friday: 9:00-16:00,
Saturday-closed,
Sunday: 10:00-16:00

 

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Memorial Museum of Paneriai
(Agrastu St. 17)
working hours:

Monday-closed,
Tuesday–Sunday 9:00-17:00


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If you wish to order the guided tour, while visiting the Paneriai Memorial Site
call +370 662 89 575 or contact us by email zigmas.knope@gmail.com

 

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