Explore Unforgetable Unique Jewish places of Chisinau
I always mention during my Chisinau Walking tours certain words and facts about the impact of the Jeiwsh community had on Chisinau history and overall on Moldova.
Little is known about Jewish history when in 1890 more than 45% of the Chisinau's population was Jewish. Then came the Chisinau Jewish Pogrome from 1903 that showed the world the hate some locals had over the Jewish population and then the hard times of WW2 when a Chisinau Ghetto of over 10, 000 Jewish people were formed.
I do not pretend to be The Expert on the matter of Jewish history but during my time I had tourists with Bessarabian roots that discovered Moldova and CHisinau together with me, that is why this tour will introduce you to all the issues Jewish people had to face throughout time just because they were Jewish, and, nothing more.
P. S. If you are interested in other places of Jewish heritage of Moldova please let me know.
1. Pedestrian Street. Visiting Jewish Community of Moldova and Kedem
2. Visiting Jewish library 'Itzik Mangher'
3. Jerusalem Street
4. Monument to the Victims of Jewish Ghetto
5. Synagogue Habad Lubavitch
6. Ruins of Jewish charity house
7. The Monument of the Victims of 1903 Pogrom
8. Chisinau Jewish Cemetery
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 4 hours
Comfortable car with AC and all the conditions needed.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
No cash is needed for this tour
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks