The exhibition "Jews in Russia" in Budapest | Print |
Monday, 17 February 2014 21:26

Earlier this exhibition took place in many cities of Russia, as well as in Tel Aviv and Berlin. Numerous positive comments in the mass media and the Internet eloquently describes its success.

The vernissage was timed to the traditional Jewish summer festival and was held at the large gathering of the public, in a very relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.

At the official opening spoke the Director of the Cultural Centre Valery Platonov, the Director of the Russian Fund of the Renaissance of traditions "Jewish National Fund", Raphael Fainberg, who brought the exhibition to Hungary, and the rector of St. Sergius parish in Budapest Archpriest John Kadar, visitors of the exhibition.

Raphael Fainberg briefly told the history of the exhibition, Valery Platonov and priest John Kadar emphasized the importance of such activities for a better understanding of each other by all the peoples and mutual spiritual enrichment.

After the official part and some time to get acquainted with the exposition, took place the reception with tasting of Hungarian wines, hosted by the RCC.

Numerous positive responses of visitors of the exhibition and the desire of the leadership of the RCC to demonstrate it in other cities of the Republic prompted the Fund Board Chairman Vladimir Sternfeld to give the exhibition to the Russian cultural center.

Opening of the exhibition

Opening of the exhibition

Guests of the Russian cultural center

Guests of the Russian cultural center

Visitors get acquainted with the exposition of the exhibition

Visitors get acquainted with the exposition of the exhibition

Visitors get acquainted with the exposition of the exhibition

Visitors get acquainted with the exposition of the exhibition

Director of the Renaissance of Traditions Fund “Jewish national Fund”, curator of the exhibition Raphael Fainberg gives an interview to the Hungarian television.

Director of the Renaissance of Traditions Fund “Jewish national Fund”, curator of the exhibition Raphael Fainberg gives an interview to the Hungarian television.