Review Groningen

Open Jewish Homes Groningen took place this year on ten addresses in Folkingestraat and surrounding streets, the ancient Jewish quarter. One presentation was given in the former famous Puddingfabriek of AJP behind Central Station. Jewish survivors and relatives, and young historians and artists as well tell the story about Jews from Groningen, of which only few cam back.
The public came by the hundreds. On all addresses visitors were packed together like sardines in a tin. No problem. On the contrary. Rather it caused involvement and a sense of belonging to the storytellers as well as the victims.
In Groningen, approximately 1000 visitors attended the commemorations within the framework of Open Jewish Homes. The day was concluded at the synagogue at Folkingestraat. The photograph below is an impression with texts of Dick Prak.