History of the Jews in Andorra

The history of the Jews in Andorra has its origins during World War II. There are between 100[1] and 150[2] Jews in Andorra. Most are descended from Sephardic Jews from Morocco.[2] The first Jews came to Andorra during the Second World War, and the majority fled Morocco just prior to the Six-Day War.[3] In 2000, the Jewish community opened and consecrated a synagogue and a cultural center.

The location of Andorra in Europe

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  1. ^ US Dept of State information
  2. ^ a b La comunitat jueva acomiada la festa 'Januká'. El Periòdic d'Andorra (in Catalan)
  3. ^ "ACIV (Jewish Community of Andorra)". aciv-ad.org. Retrieved 2018-12-10.