May 8, 2014 12:27
The legacy of the Jews of Aden is preserved in Tel Aviv’s Lilienblum Street synagogue.
The synagogue on Tel Aviv’s Lilienblum Street houses the Aden exhibition.
(photo credit:URIEL MESSA)
Although they have never lived there, two Israelis are so fascinated – through stories told by their parents – by the lost Jewish community in the seaport city of Aden in Yemen that they have devoted years to researching it and collecting memories.The result is a now permanent exhibition in Tel Aviv, where the public can finally get to know, as they did, the place once called the “Paris of the East.”