Immerse yourself in to the history of one of the largest Jewish communities in the world that have left their indelible mark on the cultural heritage of Odessa. During the first 150 years of Odessa existence , the Jewish population made up less than 30 percent of the total number of the residents. Shalom Aleichem, Hayim Nahman Bialik, Isaac Babel, Meir Dizengoff, Mikhail Zhvanetsky and Roman Kartsev … and thousands and thousands of other representatives of this great ancient nation were making a great contribution to beautify Odessa. Our guides would be delighted to take you on an engaging tour around the diverse monuments that make up Jewish Odessa: synagogues and prayer houses, Jewish street and Moldavanka, go shopping on the famous Privoz market, get to know the life-stories of famous Jews of Odessa. Learn more facts about Jewish pogroms and Holocaust as well as about traditions and life of the local Jews, their music, art and architecture, listen to Odessa urban legends and enjoy local Jewish identity.
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Ever heard of sand sports? Delta Employee Sara visited the town of Huacachina in Peru where she went sand buggying and sandboarding during her stay. Tip for first timers: Sand is fun, but it gets everywhere. Bring a bandana to protect your face.
Fly into #LIM direct from #ATL and head out to Huacachina to experience the adventures for yourself.
Photo: Sara S. - Flight Attendant, #ATL
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a bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not on the branch but on her own wings