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A Ramat Gan Cafe Brings Holocaust Survivors Together

Cafe Europa (Photo: flickr/ukinisrael)

Oded Balilty, an Israeli documentary photographer, visits Café Europa in Israel named after a Swedish café where families searched for loved ones following World War II. See his photos featured in The Times of Israel.

At an Israeli cafe that caters to Holocaust survivors, patrons gather to socialize, snack and dance to the music of their youth — but not to share the horrors of their past.

Look at the photos Balilty captures of Holocaust survivors dancing.

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