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Ashkenazim are Jews who's families come from central Europe and eastern Europe. They celebrate some things different to Sephardic Jews which come from southern Europe, Spain and North Africa. Famous examples of Ashkenazi Jews would be Adam Sandler and Albert Einstein.

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