If you are in the US, do watch out for the screening of "House of Life: The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague." Reports indicate that various PBS stations are scheduling it this week, so check your local listings.
Narrated by Claire Bloom, the documentary tells the story - layer by layer - of The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, which attracts nearly 700,000 international visitors each year.
It chronicles history, including lore, mysticism, tradition, philosopy, great rabbis and philanthropists, and even the Golem.
The 12,000 stones on the surface of The Old Jewish Cemetery may be covering as many as 100,000 members of Prague's historic Jewish community.
During World War II, it was the only place where Jewish children were allowed to play. When the country was under communist rule, lovers used it as a meeting place.
The cemetery serves, as does the film, as a reminder of the indomitable spirit of a people compelled to honor their past and preserve the lessons of history.