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Although Gomel was predominantly Jewish at the turn of the 20th century, very little remains of it today, with a cinema, for example, having replaced a synagogue. The same goes for the Jewish presence in Mogilev, where a synagogue was transformed into a House of Physical Culture. But as you stroll through the region, you’ll have the right to dream of a brighter tomorrow with a visit to Vitebsk, the birthplace of Marc Chagall.

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