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August 31, 1990 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-31

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I NEWS I

Germans Issue
Travel Guide

New York (JTA) — West
Germany and a prominent
Jewish organization in the
United States have taken
independent steps to boost
Jewish tourism to Germany.
The German National
Tourist Office has issued
"Germany for the Jewish
Traveler," a 40-page
brochure that lists syn-
agogues, Jewish communal
organizations and Jewish
historical sites in the Fed-
eral Republic of Germany.
The publication, the first
of its kind offered by West
Germany's official tourism
branch, follows the lead of
several other countries that
have issued similar Jewish-
oriented travel guides in the
past decade.
Meanwhile, the American
Jewish Congress announced
that its 1991 travel directory
will offer, for the first time,
tours of West Germany.
The travel initiatives take
place at a time when West
Germany and East Germany
are about to cease as
separate entities and become
one nation.
"We never brought our
people to West Germany
before," said Andrea Binder,
director of communications
for AJCongress. "The fact
that they are merging is
moot."
AJCongress' addition of
West Germany implies a
hechsher, or official ap-
proval, of Jewish visits to
the land responsible for the
Holocaust, said Geoffrey
Weill, director of the
AJCongress travel program.

Hungarian
Youth
Arrive In Israel

Jerusalem (JTA) — A
group of 60 Jewish high
school students from
Hungary arrived in Israel
last week to start studies at
institutions run by the
Youth Aliyah Department of
the Jewish Agency for
Israel.
The students, between the
ages of 14 and 16, came
without their parents. Ac-
cording to present plans,
they will study here for
three years, and then their
parents will join them.
Some 12,000 students will
study in the coming school
year in Youth Aliyah in-
stitutions, among them some
3,000 from Ethiopia, 800
from the Soviet Union and
100 from Hungary.

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