Exhibit highlights history of Argentinas Jews

Google and the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires have published an  online collection of images and text about the history of the Jews of Argentina, from the first Jewish immigration to the present.

“Jews in Argentina, 1860-2015” was launched May 27 at Google headquarters in Buenos Aires. According to the exhibit, about 220,000 Jews live in Argentina today, 85 percent in Buenos Aires and 15 percent in the country’s interior in 54 communities.

“Jews in Argentina, 1860-2015” is in the “Historic Moments” section of the Google Cultural Institute and is available in English and Spanish. To view the exhibit, visit www.tinyurl.com/o6fw9dr. — jta


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