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Hasidic Jews are coming to Ukraine to celebrate the new year

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Hasidic Jews living in different parts of the world, on 4-5 September dates corresponding to the traditional Rosh Hashanah (New Year) celebrations in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital is 220 kilometers south of the town of Uman.

for the new year is celebrated according to the Jewish calendar Jews, the Jewish Breslovlu Uman'da began to visit the grave of Rabbi Nachman'ın.

the Interior Ministry said in a statement on September 2 at 14:00 local time, Uman Town ', for a total of 7 women and 9 thousand 291 children 798'i Hasidic Jewish collected. Nearly 80 percent of the visitors came from Israel, England, Germany, France, USA, Switzerland, Italy and India stated that the newcomers.

Uman'a about 24 countries this year to celebrate Rosh Hashanah 24 thousand Jews are expected to come. Ministry of Interior, over 400 police provide security Uman'da said.

BRESLOVLU RABBI Nachman

born in 1772 in different cities of Ukraine Hımelnitski Region Hasidic sect living in Rabbi Nachman Breslovlu notables, settled in the city of Uman shortly before his death. Nachman, lost his life in 1810, was one of the most important centers of the sect Uman City. Members of the Hasidic movement around the world, where he visited the grave of Nachman'ın worship.

1917, which is open to visitors until the destruction of the tomb was decided in 1920 by the Soviet revolution. At this stage, a wealthy Jewish Kievan which is activated by purchasing the land saved from destruction. In 1930, Jews were banned from entry to the country entirely. Protected and supervised the burial of the Soviet regime in 1988 and re-opened to visitors is low.

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