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It was hard to find but disappointing to discover that this beautiful synagogue housed an exhibition which was only partially ready. Nevertheless it was a chance to connect up with Romania's Jewish past
We visited this synagogue as part of an organized walking tour of the former Jewish neighborhood. It is important to visit this synagogue with a tour guide, otherwise you will be in and out within five minutes without learning or understanding anything about its history.
This Museum has photos of all the History that happened in Romania over several years. There is some in English and the rest is in Russian or Romanian. You can understand everything when you see the pictures. The entrance is 5 leu per person which...More
Serious restoration work is being done ind the Synagogue/museum. We could not see any arifacts, but we managed to steal a glimpse on the fantastic work being done by the group of restorators. I look forward to see the finished work in my next visit....More
I by no means intend to condemn this site, as I believe that it is very important for everyone to visit it, to learn about the tragic fate of fifty percent of Rumania's Jewish population; however one can see that the lack of funding and...More
I t was harrowingly photographed but necessary. There was just one person present who spoke English and without her, it would have impossible as all the accompanying text was written in Romanian. I hope they get funds to translate when they move back to their...More