Which European country has the largest Jewish population?

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France has the largest number of Jews in Europe at about 480,000 Jews who are mainly found in Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Strasbourg and Toulouse regions. French Jews suffered anti-Semitism, but most of them survived the Holocaust. Jews later migrated to France from French colonies of the Mediterranean and North Africa in the 19th century. Currently, the Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews are the majority.
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flagThailand
0%
5%
88%
5%
17
flagLithuania
0%
13%
86%
0%
15
flagNorway
6%
6%
80%
6%
15
flagIsrael
0%
10%
73%
15%
19
flagItaly
6%
13%
72%
8%
61
flagRepublic of Ireland
9%
18%
65%
6%
32
flagthe Netherlands
26%
6%
60%
6%
30
flagGreece
22%
19%
58%
0%
31
flagSpain
0%
37%
50%
12%
16
flagCzech Republic
7%
38%
46%
7%
13
flagFrance
15%
36%
45%
3%
33
flagPoland
19%
16%
44%
19%
16972
flagAustralia
0%
52%
44%
2%
34
flagthe United Kingdom
13%
25%
42%
18%
178
flagthe United States
13%
37%
39%
8%
306
flagGermany
12%
30%
38%
16%
298
flagAustria
10%
30%
37%
22%
70
flagCanada
20%
34%
31%
11%
44
flagSwitzerland
16%
43%
30%
10%
30
flagIndia
19%
53%
14%
10%
47