This museum is installed in a prettily remodelled suburban villa. You can reach it by cab or by walking from Oasis station - in either case, take a merked map. It has rather few visitors and no knowledgeable staff on duty while I was there, so call ahead. It shows photos of all the surviving Moroccan synagogues, and has a... 更多
It was in a very good area in Casablanca, well taken care of and the person responsible for it was kind enough to show me around and explain many interesting information about Judaism, Morocco and Amazigh. I have learnt a lot on this visit. The only thing was that you can't take photos inside and most of the captions under... 更多
This museum is said to be the only Jewish museum in a country with a Muslim government. (Note: there are Jewish museums in Turkey, but that government is still secular at this point). The history of Jews in Morocco is not widely known, though they have been there since the time of the Roman Empire. Many Jews, along with Moors,... 更多
We suffered till we go to the museum, nobody seems to know it. I guess it's the only place where one can read and relive all the jewish-arab history. The place is well organized and neat. The only con tho is that two of the staff tried to take more money. Overall it's worth visiting :)
The museum is awe inspiring in terms of exhibiting and explaining Sephardic Judaism in an Arab country. Not only the Judaica was interesting, but the well preserved clothing and jewelry, art and artifacts. Lovingly collected and displayed!
This is a great museum that has current pictures of the ancient morrocoan synagogues and has donated displays of Sephardic Jewish life
Architecture of the building is very eye catching and functional. The exhibits helpful in understanding the cohesive environment where the religious communities met and survived together.
This museum is a reflection of Moroccan religious tolerance and diversity and it's continuous efforts to celebrate its Moroccan Jewish community even despite all the global developments and pressures! That's what makes morocco like no other country...