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Jewish Heritage Tourism in the Digital Age

The conference Jewish Heritage Tourism in the Digital Age, which took place in Venice Oct. 23-25 2007, gathered around 90 participants from all over Europe, as well as Israel and the United States. The more than 30 speakers ranged from academics and analysts, to tour guides and other tourism professionals, to museum personnel, Jewish community representatives, and other experts and stakeholders.

Organized by Jewish Heritage Europe along with the Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe and Beit Venezia, the conference was a specialized follow-up to the working seminar on managing Jewish built heritage held in Krakow in April 2013, and the cross-disciplinary conference on Jewish cemeteries in Europe held in October 2015 in Vilnius.