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Nearly two hundred teens from CTeen chapters across the European continent gathered in Budapest, Hungary for a memorable Shabbat full of song and friendship on May 13. After Shabbat the group visited Jewish heritage sites, Holocaust memorials, and enjoyed recreational activities. Before returning home, teens joined hands and sang in front of the historic Dohany Synagogue.

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