The Jewish Quarter and St Procopius' Basilica in Trebic, Moravia

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  • The place was almost empty and all shop close ,the sinagoge open only,but it because we visit during Christmas. The area beautiful and look.like monocipilaty take care on area.for Jewish is good to vi...  more »
  • Sunny November morning we with my companion and guide Andrey Gorbounov arrived at the town of Trebic. Park the car on a high Hill in the streets, steep stairs Skalní went down and ended up in the old Jewish quarter (Židovská čtvrť) Trshebicha, which, if we are to believe vseznajke-NAT is one of the oldest Jewish settlements in the territory of the Czech Republic. Frankly speaking-very interesting object for the inquisitive Traveller: narrow streets, cobblestone, neat little houses, seen for the first time must see Trshebicha-cross-cutting passages between the houses and streets (!) and a special aura of antiquity and the mixture of Judaism, characteristic, as it seems to me, for such places as Prague's Josefov or zhironskij Kall. Visit the Jewish quarter of Trshebicha, IMHO, as though immerses you in an interesting and at the same time very complicated history of the Jewish people. Wandering through the lanes of the Jewish quarter we suddenly came across a funny picture: antique shop with open doors, which directly on a very picturesque lawn man (as it turned out later-host stalls) purified from the "RAID of ages" Austro-Hungarian whether Sabre or Broadsword. Replying to a greeting, he cordially spoke about, Gul said "object" with some proud owner of demonstrating it. Then we went to Zadní synagoga Třebíč and looked at the information center, where I put in my beer passport with a couple of rozitko, indicating me visit this historic place.
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  • The Jewish quarter is renovated and so has not kept its charm. The ghetto walls do not exist anymore.  more »