Imagine trying to write a book using only half the letters in the alphabet. This is visiting Salonica without knowing first it's jewish past and present. A city where even it's symbol, the White Tower, is a hebrew name that the christians adopted.
The museum is much too small for the history of 2000 years of uninterrupted jewish presence but a necessary stop with helpful people lurking in the corners.
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