Hundreds flock to rare celebration of Swiss Jewish culture

By JTA
January 19, 2013 07:07

 
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A festival in Lausanne celebrating the heritage of Switzerland’s trilingual Jewish community is drawing hundreds of people.

"The Festival of Jewish Cultures,” which runs through Jan. 31, is the first large-scale Jewish cultural event held in Lausanne, according to its co-organizer, Francine Brunschwig.

Like Switzerland itself, the country’s Jewish community of 20,000 is divided into French-speakers, Italian-speakers and German-speakers.

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