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    Views of Cosmopolitan Thessaloniki: The Postcards of the Beza family

    ISAAC M. BEZA COLLECTION OF POSTCARDS This collection is a family inheritance of the family of Mr. Joseph Florentin, discovered in the home of his grandmother when she passed away in 2002. Recently, he kindly donated it to the JMG. It consists of 318 postcards, sent mainly by Isaac M....

    Official visit

    On Tuesday December 13, 2022, the Museum was visited by his Excellency Noam Katz, the new Ambassador of Israel in Greece, accompanied by the Deputy Head of Mission, Tsach Saar. The distinguished guests were welcomed by the President of the BoD of the JMG,  Samuel (Makis)  Matsas and the...

    Hannukah wishes from the JMG

    The Jewish Museum of Greece wishes you Happy Hannukah

    Official visit

    The Mayor of Auschwitz, Janusz Chwierut and the Head of Learning at the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation Maciek Zabierowski visited the Jewish Museum of Greece on November 30, 2022. Mr. Chwierut and Mr. Zabierowski were welcomed by the Head of Holocaust Education at JMG, Dr. Alexandra Patrikiou. They were...

    # Hannah – Newsletter No 4

    The fourth and final newsletter of the Hannah project is published. Since the beginning of 2021, the Jewish Museum of Greece participates at the two-year european project entitled REC “HANNAH: cHallenging And debuNkiNg Antisemitic MytHs (HANNAH)”, which aims to promote Jewish history, strengthen the memory of the Shoah and combat anti-Semitism in Germany,...

    Glimpses into Antisemitism: Temporary exhibition of oral testimonies created within the framework of HANNAH project

    Within the framework of HANNAH – Challenging and Debunking Antisemitic Myths, the Galicia Jewish Museum in Krakow-Poland and the Jewish Museum of Greece in Athens opened the exhibition “Glimpses into Antisemitism”. The exhibition includes short biographies and quotes from oral testimonies of representatives of Jewish communities from Germany, Greece,...


    The Jewish Museum of Greece on Wednesday 9 November 2022 will be open between 10:00 - 13:30 due to the general strike.

    The JMG partipates at the “Let there be light” 2022 campaign

    On November 9, 1938, a two-day pogrom began during which the Nazis burned more than 1,400 synagogues and Jewish institutions in Germany and Austria on ‘Kristallnacht’ (The Night of Broken Glass), a critical moment in the chain of events that led to the Holocaust. On November 9, 2022, the International...

    Holiday wishes 5783

    The Jewish Museum of Greece wishes you Happy New Year