Not a Cymbalist: Helga Weiss-Hoskova at home in Prague in front of one of her pieces of art.
Old and Empty: Prague's Old-New Synagogue, built in the 13th Century, reflects the long presence of Jews in the Czech Republic/ Bit services today are often sparsely attended by a Prague Jewish community that is overwhelmingly secular.
Walking While Jewish: Chabad rabbi Manis Barash strolls the streets of Prague's Old Town with no fear of harassment. A Prague resident for more than 20 years, he has never experienced an incident.
Martyrs Rememberers: Jews gather in Prague's Pinkas Synagogue on March 8 for the community's annual memorial for 4,000 Czech Jews killed in Birkenau in 1944.