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    Τhe temporary historical exhibition under the title: "At the Crossroads: The Jewish Community of Corfu", was created by the Jewish Museum of Greece to frame the memorial events organised by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in...
    The Jewish Museum of Greece was first established in 1977 and housed in a small room next to the city’s synagogue. It housed objects salvaged from WW II, mainly artefacts, documents and manuscripts of the 19th and 20th centuries,...
    THE HISTORY - the romaniote jews The Jews that have lived in Greece since Hellenistic times (3rd century B.C.), were called Romaniote Jews in Byzantine times and formed the vast majority of the Jewish population in Greece until the 15th century....
    Nissim Levis Nissim Levis was born in Ioannina in 1875, the fifth child of Davidjon and Hannoula. He was educated in Lausanne, where he finished high school. He then studied at the Sorbonne medical school, graduating in 1899. He remained...
    The Jewish Museum of Greece will soon complete 45 years among Greek museums. We have chosen to celebrate this unusual Museums Day, by digitally presenting 18 characteristic and hopefully, interesting artifacts, each one connected to a human story, life...
    The Oral History Archive of the Jewish Museum of Greece An exhibition Installation of the JMG The Oral History Archive (OHA) of the Jewish Museum of Greece had a small, simple beginning, just like many other things in life. The original...
    The religious context within which senior clergy and chief rabbis operate differ greatly. But there is a connection: both are seen as shepherds guiding their respective flocks. The Holocaust in Greece (1943–1944) confronted the shepherds of both faiths with great...
    It was in the autumn of 2000, prompted by the first presentation in Greece of the Anne Frank House Museum’s touring exhibition, “Anne Frank: a Story for Today”, that the Jewish Museum of Greece began research into the subject...
    This second virtual exhibition, was held in the framework of the European programme Judaica Europeana, in which the JMG participated as a partner. Through the photographs presented in this exhibition, the Jewish Museum of Greece attempts to present several aspects...
    After the six-month war onthe Albanian front, in April 1941 Greece succumbed to the forces of the Wehrmacht and for the next three-and-a-half years experienced the darkest period of its modern history. Despite the unbearable terror, executions and the...