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The museum is actually an exhibit that's part of the larger Museum of Religion. This specifically Jewish exhibit is located in what used to be the Jewish quarter in allegedly the oldest building on the street. There are three rooms, one of which is dedicated...More
This tiny museum is housed in the Museum if Religion. There is no sign indicating the 'Jewish Museum' is here. What is here is only a hint of the vital life of Jews in Lviv. The back room has photos of Jews in the concentration...More
This museum offers a glimpse in to the life of the Jewish community before WWII and the tragedy of the extinction of nearly the entire community by the Nazi's that at the time made up 35% of Lviv's total population.
The exhibition also called "Those...More
I am assuming that this is the one-room museum in the Chesed House. If I am correct, it contains wonderful artifacts and old photos of Jewish life in Lviv before World War II when Jews made up about a third of Lviv's population and constituted...More