Did you know there were jews deported from Bergen during WWII? Join us on a walk and learn more about this unknown part of our history.
During World War II, 17 Jews in Bergen were deported and murdered in Auschwitz. 10 of them lived in the neighbourhood of Møhlenpris. On this walking tour, historian Per Kristian Sebak telles the story of Jews in Bergen before and during the war and takes you to the adresses where the 10 Jews at Møhlenpris lived. Sebak is the department director of the Bergen Maritime Museum, Museum Vest, and has previously written a book on the history of Jews in Bergen 1851-1945.
Tickets must be prebooked and includes admission to the Bergen Maritime Museum on the 23 July (open 10am-4pm).
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Starting point: Vitalitetssenteret (Wolffs gate 12, Møhlenpris)
Time: 23 July 2020, 12pm to ca. 1:15pm.
Ends: Heinrich Glogaus trapp by the main buss stop at Møhlenpris
Price: adults 150 NOK
Children under 16: free