Contents 1 Europe 2 Africa 3 Asia 4 Americas 5 Other regions 6 References 7 External links


Europe[edit] The Josefov of Prague, which was demolished between 1893 and 1913. The Warsaw Ghetto in May 1941. Jewish Quarter of Třebíč, Czech Republic. The entrance, called the "Port de la Calandre", to the Jewish Quarter in Avignon, France. Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter of Troyes, France. Jewish cemetery of Legnica, Poland. Main articles: Jewish ghettos in Europe and Ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe Austria Vienna — Leopoldstadt Belarus Dziatlava — Zhetel ghetto Belgium Antwerp — Joods Antwerpen (35,000 Jews before 1940, 15,000 nowadays) Czech Republic Prague — Josefov France Bordeaux — Saint-Seurin Draguignan — La Juiverie de Draguignan (fr) Lyon — La Juiverie de Fourvière and La Guillotière Marseille — La Carrière-des-Juifs and Mont-Juif or Montjusieu Paris — the Pletzl in Le Marais district Les Josiols is a former Jewish quarter situated north of Mirabel-aux-Baronnies Germany This section needs expansion with: a more complete representative list. You can help by adding to it. (December 2010) Frankfurt Leipzig (Brühl) Speyer Worms Greece Rhodes — La Juderia Hungary Budapest — Erzsébetváros Italy Catania — Judeca Suprana, Judeca Suttana and Piano di Giacobbe Enna — Iudeca (Giudecca) Messina — Tirone and Paraporto Naples — Giudecca Padua — Paduan Ghetto Palermo — Meschita and Guzzetta Reggio Calabria — La Judeca (Giudecca) Rome — Roman Ghetto Syracuse — La Jureca (Giudecca) Venice — Venetian Ghetto Netherlands Amsterdam — Jodenbuurt (Amsterdam) Amsterdam — Jodenbreestraat (until World War II) Amsterdam — Buitenveldert (contemporary) Poland Kraków — Kazimierz Warsaw — Warsaw Ghetto Portugal Belmonte — Judiaria Castelo de Vide — Judiaria Lisbon — Alfama and Judiaria Oporto — Judiaria and Bairro de Monchique Romania Bucharest — Văcăreşti/Dudeşti Spain Ávila — Judería Barcelona — Call[4] Bellpuig — Call Besalú — Call Caceres — Judería Calahorra — Judería Córdoba — Judería Estella-Lizarra — Judería Girona — Call Jueu de Girona Hervás — Judería Jaén — Judería León — Judería Monforte de Lemos — Judería Oviedo — Judería Palma de Mallorca — Call Plasencia — Judería Ribadavia — Judería Segovia — Aljama Sevilla — Judería Sos del Rey Católico — Judería Tarazona — Aljama Jewish quarter of Toledo Tortosa — Call Tudela — Judería Valladolid — Aljama Turkey European Istanbul — Balat Izmir - Karataş United Kingdom City of London — Old Jewry Winchester — Jewry Street


Africa[edit] El Ghriba, Djerba island, Tunisia. Artifacts from the Jewish Quarter, Casablanca, Morocco. Egypt Cairo — Harat Al-Yahud Al-Qara’In and Harat Al-Yahud Morocco Casablanca Tangier Tunisia Djerba island — El Ghriba Tunis


Asia[edit] China Shanghai — Shanghai ghetto, a temporary Jewish refuge during World War II. India Kochi - Jew Town, traditional Cochin Jewish district and location of the spice market. Lebanon Beirut — Wadi Abu Jamil Turkey Asian Istanbul — Kuzguncuk Izmir — Karatas Iraq Sulaymaniyah - Jewlakan[5] Syria Damascus - Harat Al Yehud[6] A recently restored tourist destination popular among Europeans before the outbreak of the Syrian civil war where vacationers can stay in the neighborhood and beautified former homes of the completely vanished ancient Jewish community.[7]


Americas[edit] Argentina Buenos Aires — Once Brazil São Paulo — Bom Retiro, Higienópolis Venezuela Caracas — San Bernardino, Los Chorros, Altamira, Los Caobos and Sebucán Mexico Polanco United States New York City - Williamsburg and Crown Heights in Brooklyn, (historically) the Lower East Side and parts of The Bronx Canada Montréal, Québec - Mile-End/Outremont and Côte-des-Neiges/Hampstead/Snowdon, Côte-Saint-Luc, Saint-Laurent Boulevard Toronto - The Ward was the original Jewish district in the 19th century followed by Kensington Market in the early to mid 20th century.


Other regions[edit] In the Americas, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa there are a number of neighborhoods or small towns, generally in large cities or outlying communities of such, which are home to large concentrations of Jewish residents, much in the manner of old-world Jewish quarters or other ethnic enclaves, though without exclusive Jewish population.


References[edit] ^ Dik Van Arkel (2009). The Drawing of the Mark of Cain: A Socio-historical Analysis of the Growth of Anti-Jewish Stereotypes. Amsterdam University Press. p. 298. ISBN 978-90-8964-041-3.  ^ "The Virtual Jewish History Tour - Vilnius". Jewishvirtuallibrary.org. Retrieved 2012-10-10.  ^ Types of Ghettos. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C. ^ MUHBA El Call ^ http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=16980428 ^ http://www.jpost.com/Magazine/Features/Jewish-Quarter-of-Damascus-blooms-again ^ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-1327476/Syria-holiday-Stay-Damascuss-Jewish-Quarter-visit-historic-Aleppo.html


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