Explore Germany's Rich Jewish Heritage: Live Virtual Tours

The New Synagogue in Berlin

The New Synagogue in Berlin, © picture alliance / dorapics/Shotshop | dorapics


November is the dedicated Holocaust Education Month which aims to promote the legacy and lessons of the Holocaust.

There are many events happening virtually across Canada throughout the month.

In honor of Holocaust Education Month, the German Embassy invites you to explore Germany's rich Jewish heritage through virtual tours of Berlin, Frankfurt and Hamburg.


Explore Berlin's extensive Jewish history with the knowledgeable guidance of Martin Lange. From the pioneering Moses Mendelssohn School to the ordination of the first female Rabbi, this tour unravels centuries of Jewish influence integral to the city's development.


Jo Ator invites you to a live virtual walk through Frankfurt's Jewish heritage, visiting pivotal sites like the Book Burning Memorial, Stumbling Stones, and the Jewish Holocaust Memorial Wall. Each location carries a poignant story, reminding us of the lives tragically lost during the Holocaust and the city's rich centuries old Jewish history.


Embark on a solemn journey with Sarah Janning-Picker through Hamburg's Jewish past, from the vibrant echoes of Grindelviertel to the somber history of the 1933-1945 era. Discover the resilience and legacy of the Jewish community, enduring through time and adversity.

These virtual tours are more than just journeys through history; they are a collective commitment to reflection, understanding, and respect. By participating, you contribute to our mission of ensuring that the horrors of the Holocaust are never repeated.

📅 Tour Dates and Registration

Berlin Tour with Martin Lange (November 10th, 17th & 21st)
Frankfurt Tour with Jo Ator (November 16th, 22nd, 23rd & 29th)
Hamburg Tour with Sarah Janning-Picker (November 7th, 8th, 12th & 14th)

Please consider joining us on these poignant live virtual tours. By honouring Holocaust Education Month and immersing ourselves in the stories and history of these German cities, we take a step towards ensuring that the lessons of the past continue to shape our future. We look forward to your participation and support in this meaningful endeavor. Together, let us remember, reflect, and ensure that such horrors are never repeated.

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