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KAHAL Staff City Contact: Joey, Joey@KahalAbroad.org
The Jewish community of Prague has survived both the Holocaust and communist rule, and Jewish life is now undergoing a period of revitalization in the Czech Republic. Prague is unique in that the old Jewish quarter was preserved during WWII, making it an extremely popular tourist destination. While the Jewish community is small, there are a variety of organizations and opportunities for students to get involved in Jewish life and there are social organizations like Moishe House, geared for student and young adults, which welcome foreign student participation and leadership. There are also a few Kosher restaurants in Prague. Connect with KAHAL to find your Jewish home in Prague, Czech Republic!
Shabbat and holiday experiences
Student leaders and young Jewish professionals events
Old Jewish quarter and Jewish museum
Leadership positions available with the local Jewish student union
Kosher restaurants and shops