ArsReco: Recognizing forgotten and unknown locations of the pictures

What exactly does ArsReco do? Our work consists of identifying and organizing unknown photographs from family archives. We do not identify people in the pictures, but places where the photography was taken. Which often allows us to assign a particular photo to a specific person, event, time. In this way we support genealogical research and discover unknown fragments of family history. Recognition of photography on the one hand is similar to an investigation (yes, it
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Ancestry hunters

For some time you have often heard from us “We’re on the set” or “Today we have shots” or “At the moment, we’re going to the set” and we couldn’t say anything more. A secret, you know how it works. As some episodes could be seen on TV, we can finally say laud how important for us this project was and still is – made for Canal + Discovery “Ancestry hunters“. Thanks to the cooperation
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IAJGS Warszawa 2018

The International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) has organised 38th yearly conference concerning Jewish genealogy in Warsaw on days 5th-10th August. We couldn’t miss that! Over 1,000 participants took part in the conference, listened to over 500 lectures, presentations and discussion panels. They were not only about history of the polish Jews, but also neighboring countries. There also appeared many topics considering Western Europe, cementeries, synagoues and more related to the subject. A whole
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