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Dubbed the “Pearl of Moravia,” the picturesque renaissance town of Mikulov looms on a white rocky slope of the Czech-Austrian borderline. Due to its strategic position on an ancient salt commercial road between the Mediterranean and the Baltic Sea—and the foresight of its medieval noble rulers—it emerged into Moravia’s Jewish capital. Between the 15th and 19th Century, the majority of the town’s population was Jewish and it served as a religious and jurisdiction center. The famous Maharal of Prague was the chief rabbi of Mikulov for more than 30 years. Mikulov today boasts a preserved Jewish quarter, a Polish-type shul that was recently restored, and one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in the country where, among others, the tzadik Rebbe Shmelke of Nikolsburg, a founder of a great Hassidic dynasty, is buried.
Suggestion: Vienna is less than 1 hour from Mikulov for additional area touring.
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