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The journey of the “Rothschild Haggadah” began 550 years ago with the artist Yoel ben Shimon in Northern Italy and ended in Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish people
The Haggadot collection at the National Library is the largest in the world and we’ve collected them here in a special online exhibition.
A glimpse into a Haggadah written for the residents of the displaced persons camp in Munich, illustrated by a Holocaust survivor.
The Valmadonna Collection is a treasure trove of rare Jewish manuscripts. We are proud to present a copy of the Prague Haggadah, one of the earliest published Haggadot in the world.
This is how the Jewish Legion soldiers of the British army set up a Seder in Benghazi, Libya in 1943.
The 16th century editor of the Prague Haggadah had a wicked sense of humor!
According to this Soviet Russian Haggadah, the eternal revolution of Marx and Lenin was responsible for liberating the Jews from the bondage of the bourgeois…
The National Library is in possession of many antique, rare and illustrated maps tracing the epic journey of the People of Israel through the wilderness.
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