The decaying synagogue in central Zemun has become the subject of a fierce argument between the Union of Jewish communities and the new Zemun authorities When Zemunske Novine newspaper recently published an ad for the rental of a former synagogue at 4 Rabbi Alkalaj street in Zemun, few people thought that seemingly harmless business offer […]

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