Did you know that Jews in Russia did not have the right not only to live here but also they might not travel through the territory of Russia until the end of the 18th century? Thus, in St. Petersburg — the capital of a huge empire — the Jewish past was absent until the beginning of the 1860s. At the same time, by the end of the 19th century, the largest Jewish community in the world existed in the Russian Empire. During our tour of Jewish St. Petersburg, you will visit the places where the turbulent and motley life of St. Petersburg Jews took place.
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