Vinohrady Synagogue: Destroyed but not Forgotten
Vojta Adam, Prague /Czech republic
In Prague, in the end of the World War 2, one of the biggest synagogues in the world was bombarded and later on decided to be destroyed. Why it happened and what were the consequences?
Vojta Adam is a 23 years old international student from Prague, graduated in Paideia – the institute for Jewish studies in Stockholm.
He is working for international Jewish summer camp in Hungary as a Madrich since 2012, and from this year as Unit Head of Czechoslovakian group, currently studying in Copenhagen.