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Tour in Moscow with Tanya: Jewish Moscow (wl)

Community
- all the people who live in a particular area, country, etc. when talked about as a group
Synagogue
- a building where Jews meet for religious worship and teaching
Kosher
- (of food) prepared according to the rules of Jewish law
Tolerance
- the quality of being willing to accept or tolerate somebody/something, especially opinions or behaviour that you may not agree with, or people who are not like you
Memorable
- worth remembering or easy to remember, especially because of being special or unusual
Commemorate
- to remind people of an important event or person from the past with a special action or object; to exist to remind people of a person or an event from the past
Memorial -
a statue, stone, etc. that is built in order to remind people of an important past event or of a famous person who has died
Rabbi
-a Jewish religious leader or a teacher of Jewish law
Sight
- the interesting places, especially in a town or city, that are often visited by tourists
Educate
- to teach somebody over a period of time at a school, university, etc.
Cultural
- connected with the culture of a particular society or group, its customs, beliefs, etc.






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