Visit the filming location, where some of the original structures are still preserved. Have your photo taken at the window where Tevye served his milk…and discover the village’s hidden Jewish history.
The year was 1971. and a small village in the communist Yugoslavia, woke up one day, to the sounds of trucks bringing in equipment and crew from Hollywood. For the next few months, Lekenik became a real shtetl, and the locals became extras in one of the most recognized Jewish stories of modern times.
Anatevka is a part from a large project aiming to preserve the past and enrich the future of both the Croatian Jewish community and the local community.
See more at CENTER FOR JEWISH EDUCATION RIMON