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This is a museum of the history of The Jews of Greece. I can't believe that it wasn't until 2000 that all these stories of Jewish children during the holocaust were discovered. The exhibits are very well done.
The small but historic Jewish Museum is worth a visit. Our experience was greatly enhanced by following a private tour by the curator that we were invited to participate in. Her explanation of the items there and history depicted there shed a light on the plight of Jews in Greece, especially prior to WWII. The museum location is in the... 更多
We heard about this museum from our local tour guide and it is not to be missed if you are interested in the history of the Jewish people in the Balkans. The museum has artifacts and depictions from the Jewish communities in Croatia, Serbia as well as Greece with an emphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries. There was a... 更多
A well displayed collection of ancient and not so long past Athens. The displays had large handheld explanatory cards. Compared to other Jewish museums in Europe (Rome, Thessaloniki) this was well organized and presented.
If you are interested in the history of the Jewish people in Greece you should go to this small museum in Athens. Recently the main exhibit was about the Jewish children that were saved by non-jews during the Second World War. You can go from there to the Synagogue. Be sure to bring your passport to the Synagogue. It is... 更多
Visiting the Jewish museum of Greece was impressive. It's small but the collections inside is very intresting and give a good overview about the Greek Jewish comminities. It worth a visit.
Someone told my friend about this museum on the plane on our way to Athens so we decided to visit. It was worth it! Being the only Jewish member of the group of 4 I wasn't sure what the others would think, but they took a lot of interest and were asking lots of questions. They have packed so much... 更多
This small museum is loaded with information on the Jewish Conclave as it strived to survive different governments in Athens. The guides are great and friendly as they walked the museum with our English speaking group.
Closes at 14.00 Monday to Thursdays. Small but interesting culturally. Lift for disabled. Small gift shop with books on Greek Jewry. E6 entrance. English spoken. They will book Chabad dinner for you on Friday night at 8.30 in the excellent unique kosher restaurant. Romaniot Bimah in the basement. Photos allowed. Holocaust photos and texts. Partisan photos and text. Library and... 更多
The museum spirals upwards, a few steps per floor. The elevator, which you probably won`t need, has three stops. One very nice feature is the fact that the descriptions, in Greek and in English, are printed out and laminated so you don't have to bend down to read labels like in other museums. I would like to see more space... 更多