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English: Sephardic Jews were community of about several thousand people, who lived for centuries in peace with their Serbian neighbours in one of the oldest parts of Belgrade. They had rich cultural life and traditions, with several religious places, humanitarian organisations, schools, prints etc. They all perished during first years of II World War and left us untold stories about their life.
Српски / srpski: Сефардски Јевреји су били комуна од неколико хиљада људи, који су живели у миру са својим комшијама Србима, већ неколико векова, у једном од најстаријих делова Београда. Имали су веома богат друштвени живот, традицију, хуманитарне и религијске организациеј и места, школе, штампу итд. Скоро сви су погубљени током првих година Другог светског рата и оставили су нам неиспричане приче о њиховом животу.
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The story about tradition, life, significant buildings and Holocaust of the Sephardic Jews who lived in Dorćol, Belgrade

17 September 2008

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