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Museum of History of the Jewish Community

Str. Mamulari 3, Bucharest, Romania
+40 21 311 0870
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Str. Mamulari 3, Bucharest, Romania
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+40 21 311 0870
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Reviewed February 26, 2017

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

Thank gonjo
Reviewed November 28, 2016

Built in 1836 this beautiful synagogue is hidden in the back of Unirii Sqaure. Is under renovation but the exterior is ready.

Thank Mario B
Reviewed October 12, 2016

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

Thank ProfessorOnzaga
Reviewed July 9, 2016

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

Thank BerkoBoy88
Reviewed May 9, 2016

Today this exhibition is in the Great Synagogue. You can learn a lot about the events what happend to the Jewish popultion in Romania.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed February 3, 2016 via mobile

The building is under renovations. Part of the exhibits have been moved to the great synagogue located close by on Strada Vasile Adamache.

Thank edoobs
Reviewed July 24, 2015

A worthy tribute to the hundreds of thousands of Romanian Jews murdered by Nazi Germany and its followers. A must-see. Never forget.

Thank jlabramoff
Reviewed December 28, 2014

I was very much looking forward to seeing the museum, however the security guard wouldn't let me in the gate, though I was there during visiting hours as posted on the gate. I tried emailing and calling the office over the 8 days of my...More

1  Thank Johnna W
Reviewed August 13, 2014

When I got to the museum I saw a sign with the opening hours and noticed that it was already too late. However, the door was still opened and I saw some people inside the synagogue so I asked myself: "Why not just go and...More

1  Thank asof4
Reviewed August 11, 2014 via mobile

The building is hidden behind the blocks and you only see how spectacular it is when you get in front of the gate. The decorations are very beautiful and the inside is breathtaking. The golden ceiling and the solemnity of the temple create an unique...More

Thank Alecu S
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