Along with Amsterdam's, I was really impressed by this museum. Dedicated to the life the Balkan's once-largest Jewish community, it is located in a historical synagogue that was used as prison during Usticha (Croatian fascist) occupation in WWII. Today there are four floors of beautiful Judaica and exhibits about the arrival and lifestyle of the Sephardic community, and best of all, many person profiles of the radical and anti-fascist partisans from the Jewish Community. I left with a sense of ongoing resistance instead of victimization. Best of all, there was an excellent English-speaking guide there to answer any questions.
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