National Cultures Festival
On September 17th, Gomel celebrated National Unity Day, and volunteers from the "Ahdut" Jewish community actively participated in the festivities.
On September 17th, Gomel celebrated National Unity Day, and volunteers from the "Ahdut" Jewish community actively participated in the festivities. The event took place in the city's central square and included various activities and entertainment.
This holiday holds special significance for Belarus, where different nations and peoples live in unity. The National Cultures Festival "We Are Different, but We Are Together" provided a unique opportunity for guests to learn more about different countries and cultures. Throughout the event, they could immerse themselves in the cultural heritage of Israel, Azerbaijan, China, Russia, Sri Lanka, the Roma diaspora, the Cossacks, and many other nationalities.
Representatives of each nation prepared their unique programs, including songs, dances, traditional costumes, culinary treats, art, and crafts. This event was a fantastic opportunity for all participants to get acquainted with the diversity of cultures and traditions, as well as strengthen the unity of Belarus's multi-ethnic population.
The performances by volunteers from the "Ahdut" Jewish community were particularly vibrant and memorable, with their dance becoming one of the highlights of the celebration. Their contribution added to the overall kaleidoscope of diversity and unity among the people living in Belarus.