THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF ISRAEL
Founded in Jerusalem in 1892, the National Library of Israel (NLI) has a distinct dual mandate, serving as the national library for both the State of Israel and the Jewish people worldwide. Its vast holdings contain a wealth of material in a variety of formats, telling the historical, cultural, and intellectual story of the Jewish people, the State of Israel and the Land of Israel throughout the ages.
'Gesher L'Europa' (a Bridge to Europe) is an initiative of the NLI to create opportunities for knowledge sharing and cultural exchange between the National Library of Israel and Europe.
THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE PRESERVATION AND PROMOTION OF JEWISH CULTURE AND HERITAGE (AEPJ)
The AEPJ is a European umbrella association, of 23 institutions, whose mission is the preservation and promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage throughout the European continent. These objectives, which serve as a driving force for our institution, are achieved through the development of two ambitious projects: the European Day of Jewish Culture and the European Routes of Jewish Heritage.
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