Mystical Tzfat and historic Sarajevo

The Jerusalem Post Podcast - Travel Edition, Episode 34

 A Jewish publisher in Sarajevo presents May 24, 2006 a luxurious replica of the Haggadah, a 600-year-old Jewish manuscript that survived the Spanish inquisition, World War Two and Bosnia's 1992-95 war. (photo credit: REUTERS/DANILO KRSTANOVIC)
A Jewish publisher in Sarajevo presents May 24, 2006 a luxurious replica of the Haggadah, a 600-year-old Jewish manuscript that survived the Spanish inquisition, World War Two and Bosnia's 1992-95 war.
(photo credit: REUTERS/DANILO KRSTANOVIC)

It's the home of the Kabbalah, great rabbis and modern artists. Learn all about the city with the longest uninterrupted Jewish presence, Safed, in English, or Tzfat, in Hebrew.

Then Mark and David take us to multicultural Sarajevo in Bosnia, where East meets West. It's also home to the famous Sarajevo Haggadah.

Israel old Safed (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)Israel old Safed (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

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