The cemetery is located in today's area of the Częstochowa Foundry but the . has been conducted by the Gidonim, Reut high school students from Jarusalem.
Students of the Gidonim Reut High School traveled to Poland to spend days cleaning up and restoring the Jewish cemetery in Czestochowa.
After eight years of hard work, the Gidonim Project of the Reut School has completed mapping the Jewish cemetery in Czestochowa, Poland, and returned to.
After several days of hard work, I led today the Gidonim, Reut high school students from Jerusalem in the streets of Jewish Czestochowa following the Wiener gave him a special photo collage of pictures of the Gidonim work in the Cemetery.
During July , 16 Reut high school students from Jerusalem led by Dina During the work came to the cemetery Severin Szperling, who was born in Czestochowa Ghetto and lives Severin, told th Gidonim that he was born in
FOR QUITE some time now, the Gidonim Reut High School in in the mapping project of the Jewish cemetery in Czestochowa, Poland. In the.
Just as Jerusalem is the holiest city in Israel, Czestochowa, the home of larger Jewish cemeteries in Poland and which Israeli high school students of Jerusalem's Gidonim and Reut high schools, and since last year the.
Three institutions of the SAE, the Boyar School, the Dror High School and After eight years of hard work, the Gidonim Project of the Reut School has completed mapping the Jewish cemetery in Czestochowa, Poland, and returned to Israel [ ] .
The Gidonim Project teachers of Jerusalem's Re'ut High School have travelled to Poland almost every year to renovate the Jewish cemeteries. The summer of will be the fifth year they will be working in Czestochowa, which was established in Project's timetable: School year /17 (Sept.