RM2DAFE9W–tempietto del carmelo, piazza costaguti, jewish ghetto, rome, italy
RM2BK7K74–Jewish worshippers at Jerusalem's Western Wall in Israel
RM2ABYEC8–Santa Cruz, the old Jewish Quarter in Seville Andalusia Spain
RFEX4148–Interior architecture of the Memory Void room at the Jewish Museum in Kreuzberg Berlin Germany
RMWHAC38–Louis Brandeis was born in Louisville, Kentucky in 1856 to a family tolerant of Jewish and Christian rituals. In later life Brandeis might be best described as a secularhumanist. Although he completed his secondary education in Germany, he returned to the United States where he studied law at Harvard. After settling in Boston, Brandeis became a successful lawyer spending a good deal of his time pursuing cases with a political bent. In particular, he enjoyed representing small companies against giant corporations, and aiding the cause of the minimum wage against companies opposed to this
RM2FKX78H–Orthodox Jewish boys walking towards Stamford Hill, Stamford Hill, London Borough of Hackney, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
RFC3AKE0–Inside Eldridge Street Synagogue, the fist Jewish Synagogue created by Eastern Europeans in the United States.
RMC8D6FH–Jerusalem, Jewish prayers at Western Wall Plaza for Feast of Tabernacles
RMEN37W0–Paradesi Synagogue, Jewish Quarter or Jew Town, Mattancherry, Kochi, Cochin, Kerala, India
RMD1G109–Jewish book, The Maisel Synagogue is currently used by the Jewish Museum as an exhibition venue, Prague, Czech Republic
RMT9TNR6–Cordoba, Spain, the narrow streets of the Jewish Quarter at night.
RM2DM0A7N–Via del Portico d'Ottavia in the Jewish ghetto - Rome, Italy
RFP6P84K–Jewish Museum of Switzerland. Basel. Purim.
RMEFEKYT–A jewish fiddler is playing violin on the street near Jaffa gate in Jerusalem
RFHE8B08–Stained Glass depicting the antisemitic legend of desecrated sacramental bread, whereby a female Jewish convert to christianity is paid to take stolen
RMKCNFE1–Conservative Jews in a predominantly Jewish neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York City, USA
RMG30F7X–Menorah -Jewish symbol
RMP5WHKM–Cordoba Spain cafe, view of tourists relaxing on a cafe terrace in a street in the Juderia (old Jewish) quarter of Cordoba (Cordova) Andalucia, Spain.
RMT6PJ7K–Historical jewish quarter in Giona, spain, catalonia
RMHB05NY–street scene in front of cafe des psaumes and boulangerie, patisserie murciano in the jewish part of marais quarter
RM2BHAPBX–Europe, Spain, Catalonia, Costa Brava, Girona, view of the Onyar, the Eiffel Bridge, the Cathedral of Santa Maria and the Jewish Quarter of Girona
RM2ABYEA5–Santa Cruz, the old Jewish Quarter in Seville Andalusia Spain
RMRA1157–Young Jewish visitors at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Israel
RFBG0E9T–Netherlands. Groningen. Jewish wedding of Michael and Natasja Frank in the synagogue of Groningen.