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Jewish Museum of Greece
The Jewish Museum of Greece was founded with the aim of collecting, studying, preserving, and exhibiting the artifacts that reflect the life, customs, history and traditions of the Greek Jews.
Its collection includes more than 10,000 rare artefacts of great historical significance. This unique collection is continuously enriched and updated.
The Museum has a rich library and photographic archive and has contributed significantly to the study and preservation of Jewish tradition in Greece. It collaborates with Greek and foreign institutions and organisations and it records and photographs Jewish monuments, synagogues cemeteries which are slowly disappearing as a result of the passage of time and the population decrease of the Jewish Communities. It also contributes towards specialised studies of the life and traditions of the Romaniote and Sephardic Jews of Greece.