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Ukraine: Children, Adults Get Passover Crash Course with Touring Chabad Rabbis

Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine

(lubavitch.com/lns) Rabbi Shmuly Brown of Tzivos Hashem in Dnepropetrovsk, trains Chabad rabbinical students before they embark on a 3,700 kilometer tour in Ukraine, with the model matzah bakery.

On their itinerary: Zhitomir, Kiev, Rovno, Kharkov and Maripaul, where children and adults are enjoying an intensive, colorful lesson on Passover as the rabbinical students mix, knead and bake, and follow with a mini-model seder designed to take them through the 15 rituals that make up the Passover seder. 

The rabbinical students, who come from English speaking countries, have mastered Russian well enough, says Rabbi Brown, so that they can lead these tours successfully.

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