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40 years of active presence

Wednesday, December 8, 2021
    Health protection measures

    For security reasons, the Museum will operate with a controlled number of visitors, observing all health protection measures. According to new Government regulations, for your entrance to the Museum you will need to present one of the following documents and a photo ID (identification card or passport): • Vaccination certificate valid at least 14 days […]

    The Jewish Museum of Greece – 40 years

    Watch the anniversary video for the 40 years of the Jewish Museum of Greece.

    Moments at the Jewish Museum of Greece

    Take a short photographic journey of memories.

    The JMG launches upgrated digital app

    "The Second World War and the Holocaust of the Greek Jews 1941 - 1944". Renewed and enriched interactive application for displaying archival material, which summarizes the history and events of World War II, the history of the Holocaust in Europe and more extensively in Greece.

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    We encourage the friends and visitors of the Museum to choose the option of remote transactions.

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    Within the realm of the new challenges cultural institutions are faced with, and of their creative responses, the Jewish Museum of Greece presents this new virtual tour to all digital visitors the world over, enriched with many points of interest and with tridimensional images of selected artifacts from the museum collections.

    Zanet I. Battinou

    Archaeologist, JMG Director

    Digital ExhibitionsPOPULAR
    Visit the digital exhibitions of the JMG

    Hanukkah booklet

    This booklet from the JMG collections was published by the Jewish National Fund of Thessaloniki in 1938 to be distributed to the children of the community and instruct them on the history and meaning of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. It contains the following poems: HANUKKAH (translated from Hebrew) Why, dear father, the dim lamps are you lighting tonight? Why are you chanting sweet psalms and telling stories of old? Why...

    The Oral History Archive of the Jewish Museum of Greece (OHA)

    The OHA today contains a total of 125 interviews, 69 by men and 55 by women, 14 in audio and the rest in audio-visual format. The interviews, conducted in the Greek language, constitute a record of the lives of members of the Jewish communities of Greece. There is more than 200 hours of material. About 30% of the interviews...

    Μuseum Αrtifacts
    Include more than 10,000 original artefacts, which document the material evidences of 2.300 years of Jewish history and culture in Greece

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