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Activities

Greek Jews, Holocaust survivors, a visual narrative

On Wednesday 20th January, the Cervantes Institute and the Jewish Museum of Greece, presented Artemis Alcalay’s exhibition of photographs, Greek Jews, Holocaust survivors, a visual narrative,  consisting of...

“Teaching about the Holocaust in Greece”, in Thessaloniki

REPORT ON THE FIFTEENTH SEMINAR FOR TEACHERS “TEACHING ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST IN GREECE” BY THE JEWISH MUSEUM OF GREECE THESSALONIKI, 3rd-4th DECEMBER 2015 INTRODUCTION On 3rd-4th December 2015 the scheduled...

THE GENOCIDE OF THE JEWS (1942-1945)

GREEK JEWS: FROM THE EXPULSION FROM SPAIN (1492) UP TO THE GENOCIDE (1943-1944). HISTORY, MEMORY, RECONSTRUCTION. This year, which marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the...

Music event

On Wednesday 25 November 2015 a music concert on Sephardic songs from Constantinople, Thessaloniki and Smyrna took place at the Cervantes Institute. The event...

GREEK SCHOOLCHILDREN VISIT

Continuing the successful pilot programme arranged by the Jewish Museum of Greece, two more educational visits to the Auschwitz Memorial Museum for 1st and...

Synagonistis: Greek Jews in the National Resistance, in Volos

On Sunday 22nd November 2015, the travelling version of the exhibition Synagonistis: Greek Jews in the National Resistance was inaugurated at Museum of the City of Volos.

International Day for Tolerance

The Jewish Museum of Greece, in the framework of its participation at the events organised for the International Day for Tolerance, the Jewish Museum...

Activities 2015

On Wednesday 25th November 2015 a music concert on Sephardic songs from Constantinople, Thessaloniki and Smyrna took place at the Cervantes Institute. The event...

“Between Sound and Silence”

“Between Sound and Silence” by David Benforado An exhibition of the Jewish Museum of Greece On Wednesday 21st October 2015, the Jewish Museum of Greece inaugurated the...

Educational programs

For more information on our educational programs, kindly contact the Jewish Museum of Greece at: Tel: +30 210 3225582, Fax.: +30 210 3231577.

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