List of South-East European Jews

Many of the Jews expelled from the Iberian Peninsula during the Spanish Inquisition settled in the Ottoman Empire, leaving behind, at the wake of Empire, large Sephardic communities in South-East Europe: mainly in Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.

Contents

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina 1
  • Bulgaria 2
  • Croatia 3
  • Cyprus 4
  • Greece 5
  • Kosovo 6
  • Montenegro 7
  • Serbia 8
  • Slovenia 9
  • Turkey 10
  • References 11
  • See also 12

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Cyprus

Greece

Kosovo

Montenegro

Serbia

Slovenia

Turkey

References

  1. ^ "The Destruction of the Memory of Jewish Presence in Eastern Europe; a Case Study: Former Yugoslavia – Interview with Ivan Ceresnjes".  
  2. ^ http://www.benevolencija.eu.org/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_view&gid=70
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ Voices of Yugoslav Jewry By Paul Benjamin Gordiejew, Pg 62
  5. ^ David Elazar - Britannica Online Encyclopedia
  6. ^ ספסל- הבית של הכדורסל הישראלי - אינפורמציה, סטטיסטיקה וחדשות יומיות על כל השחקנים, הקבוצות והליגות
  7. ^ http://www.serbianstudies.org/home_files/pdf/14_1/Vol14_1_Palavestra.pdf
  8. ^ Encyclopædia Britannica, 2nd ed., art. "Aftalion, Albert"
  9. ^ Jews in Bulgaria
  10. ^ a b c Renowned Bulgarian Jews
  11. ^ "Българи юдеи ("Bulgarian Jews")" (in Bulgarian). Ziezi. Retrieved 2009-01-03. 
  12. ^ Plovdiv, tourism, property, real estates, Bulgaria, travel agency, hotels, Pictures, maps, tour, restaurant, vacation, holiday, visit, wine, roses, architecture,sea, relaxing, art, artist, craftsmen, souvenirs, comfort, affordable
  13. ^ The Israeli Government's Official Website, by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  14. ^ "Abraham le Poivrot" de Angel Wagenstein
  15. ^ Alexis Weissenberg (Piano) - Short Biography
  16. ^ Continental Philosophy » Book Reviews
  17. ^ [2]
  18. ^ a b Jewish Intellectual Timeline
  19. ^ Actors - Dario Moreno

See also

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