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Thursday, February 9, 2023


    Events dedicated to the Holocaust by the National Library

    The JMG participated at the National Library's events dedicated to the Holocaust with the presentation of the traveling exhibition: The Holocaust of Greek Jews,...

    “Through The Lens of Nissim Levis: a family, an era”

    Press Release The duration of the exhibition was extended until Monday, January 7th, 2019. The Jewish Museum of Greece presented its periodic exhibition “Through the lens...

    “Synagonistis: Greek Jews in the National Resistance”, in Ioannina

    On the 29th October 2017, the Jewish Museum of Greece in collaboration with the Archaeological Museum of Ioannina and the Jewish Community of Ioannina...

    “Hidden Children in Occupied Greece”, Rhodes

    Inauguration of the exhibition in Rhodes.

    “Sacred Objects and Symbols. The Synagogues of Greece”

    The 12th Εphorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities in collaboration with the Jewish Museum of Greece, the Jewish Community of Ioannina and the Cultural Center...

    The Holocaust of Greek Jews: The Persecuted and the Rescuers

    The production of the exhibition “The Holocaust of Greek Jews: The Persecuted and the Rescuers” was funded by the Greek Ministry of Press and...

    Hidden Children in Occupied Greece

    The exhibition “Hidden Children in Occupied Greece” explores the issue of the hidden Jewish children during the Occupation, by means of sixteen stories of...

    Temporary Exhibitions Area

    Next are the Temporary Exhibitions Area and the Benrubi Art Gallery, while the last level houses the Museum’s rich library and reading room, accessible to the...

    Sixth Level / Everyday Life. The Cycle of Life

    The sixth level of the permanent exhibition includes a small sitting room, specially designed to offer the visitor a brief rest. The wall panelling is colourfully painted...

    Fifth Level / Costumes

    In the next, fifth level, traditional costumes are exhibited from Romaniote and Sephardic communities of Greece.  Festive and wedding outfits of the Sephadric women of Thessalonica...

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