This is a small, relatively easy museum to find. The museum gives a concise perspective on the Jewish folks who have lived in greece since b.c..the presentation of the tough times before 1930 and the incredible accomplishments of the resistance during the war give the visitor an increased respect for the minority population who lived here. It was noted in the museum that87 % of Greek Jews died in concentration camps during WWII and today a community of about 2500 live in athens, a small percentage of those who died in camps or in defense of their country. A very moving tribute to a minority of Greeks who gave their all for their country
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