This region of Ukraine bears witness to the desire to share the Jewish culture of yesteryear. The building that once housed the Berehove synagogue is now covered in a reproduction of its façade. But also the rebirth of Jewish life in Uzhhorod after the Shoah, as evidenced by its sublime renovated neo-Byzantine synagogue. And let’s not forget Mukachevo and its progressive Jewish school from the 1920s, a place of cultural ferment where the great contemporary painter Samuel Ackerman was born.