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Jewish Museum of Greece


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Jewish Museum of Greece was founded in 1977 to collect, preserve, investigate and expose the remains of material culture 2300 years of Jewish presence in Greece.

As a historical and ethnographic Jewish Museum of Greece focuses on the presentation of a live image of Jewish history and tradition over the centuries.

The collection, which is continuously enriched, consisting of seven and a half thousand original articles, photographs, documents and files, and includes a variety of material from the daily and religious life and history of the Jews.

The new building houses the Museum's rich collection and infrastructure for public services in a total area of ​​800 sq.m. The total area of ​​the Museum has organized a permanent exhibition space for the collection, exhibitions of contemporary art, exhibitions, video screenings, educational room, library, photo archive and laboratory, laboratory and maintenance shop.

The permanent exhibition illustrates themes such as drawing circles and sacred utensils, the calendar, the traditional costumes, the Holocaust, the cycle of life and the history of the Jews. Particular emphasis is given to the educational work of the museum, especially in intercultural education and programs for children and young people.

The museum also organizes temporary exhibitions and events on issues of contemporary art, literature, poetry, music and generally all forms of human expression in order to cover issues of cultural and artistic production. Apart from presenting a lively picture of the past, the museum aims to explore the timeless and versatile character of Greek Jewry. As a space exploring, learning and positive dialogue between memory and history, between personal and collective identity, trying to be an active cell culture, reinforcing feelings of community and continuity.

39 Victory, PC 10558, Athens (Attica prefecture)

Phone: +30 210 3225582
Fax: +30 210 3231577

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