By Nathan Jeffay, September 23, 2014
Ukraine is hardly a big draw for tourists at the moment. Unless, that is, they are Chasidim.
An estimated 25,000 Jews, most of them from the Orthodox Breslov sect, have made their way to the chaos-ridden country for Rosh Hashanah. It is their annual ritual to celebrate the New Year by the graveside of their rebbe, Nachman of Breslov, who died in 1810 and is buried in Uman, near Kiev.