A Bosnian girl
looks at the world famous Sarajevo Haggadah, while a security guard look on,
during the first public display of the book Monday, Dec. 2, 2002, at
Sarajevo's National Museum.
It survived the Spanish inquisition, Nazi invaders, the
Bosnian war and the ravages of time.
Now the 600-year-old Jewish manuscript that is one of
Bosnia's most prized relics has a new home.
The Sarajevo Haggadah is on public display for the first
time, thanks to the United Nations Trust Fund, led here by the head of
Bosnia's U.N. mission, Jacques Paul Klein.
(From Associated Press
Yahoo! News, December 2002)
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