A beautiful and somewhat poignant experience, the town was all but destroyed by the Nazi progroms. The town has been largely restored as a Hewish quarter, and reeks of history at every turn.
Great little bars that brew their own (very good beer), reasonable prices by UK standards, incredible orthodox church and friendly, if curious, people. Places to note are the destroyed temple and the distant palace that was turned to a prison for a while
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