Еврейский музей «Галиция» (англ. Galicia Jewish Museum, польск. Żydowskie Muzeum Galicja) посвящён следам еврейской жизни и культуры в Галиции. Музей находится в Кракове, в бывшем еврейском квартале Казимеж.
Музей был создан в 2004 году по инициативе фотографа-журналиста Крис Шварца и профессора Бирмингемского университета Джонатана Веббера в память о еврейском населении Галиции до Холокоста.
|понедельник||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|вторник||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|среда||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Четвергita||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Воскресенье||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Marta Maria Ovenden | февр. 20, 2018
I only had the opportunity to see picture collection. Decent bookstore with wide selection of books in German and English. Nice cafe and playground for kids.
Omar Aazam | янв. 10, 2018
A really good museum which shows the events of WW 2 from a very personal perspective of a young Jewish girl. It's a place that shows history so close, that it leaves a mark on you. Definitely worth visiting.
Damian Kelleher | дек. 24, 2017
This museum has an excellent selection of second hand books from European writers, new books concerning the holocaust and Jewish concerns, and a great cafe. The museum itself was themed well and went far beyond the ordinary in terms of showing polish Jewish life before and after world war 2. The majority of photos were without people, which helped highlight the themes of loss and change.
Rex Mattocks | сент. 7, 2017
Stunning photographs. Well structured into 5 parts taking you through the history of the Jews in Galicia and Poland. I spent well over 2 hours here as there is much to read . Thought provoking. Not crowded. There were only 4 of us in there. There is a small coffee bar serving drinks and cake, and a bookshop. There are no seats in the museum so it could be tiring for some.
Tomasz Rączkowski | февр. 7, 2018
The place of Remembrance. You can get not only the History of Galicia Jews but also the heritage of ŁÓDŹ, Lizmann Stadt with interactive lay out. Highly recommended by Tomguide Cracow 👌
Jess T Hooks | апр. 10, 2018
I'm giving this five stars because it deserves the support of everyone. The exhibition 'Rediscovering the Traces of Memory' was quite moving and follows not only the story of one woman's diary from her years in the Lodz ghetto, but also includes photography from decades of Jewish life in the region. The cafe is quite nice for a snack or beverage and the bookstore is probably the best one on Jewish topics I've seen in Poland. The museum also does a number of additional projects that are worth looking into.
Ulises González | май 1, 2018
Lots of pictures with footnotes and descriptions. There is also a temporal exhibition on a recently renewed patio. I saw a piano on the middle of the main room as well, it must be there for special events. The museum is focused on the polish Jews life and history from pre-war until recent days, you will be done under an hour but its worth it if you're interested on the subject. There is also a cafe and souvenir store so you can relax a little bit there.
Benjamin Toubia | апр. 21, 2018
Interesting museum. With an interesting exhibit space. Was especially amazed at the new space in the back that was created to house temporary exhibits. Just saw a powerful exhibit of PSA posters made to demonstrate woman’s rights.
Martin Rickman | май 15, 2018
The museum is unlike any other Holocaust museum we have visited. By taking a different angle on Holocaust topics through a series of photographic themes, it gives the visitor a new and thought provoking perspective on a dark period in history and the decades since. Well worth a visit.
Joost van der Voort | май 29, 2018
Impressive exhibition (blood), very educational. In this day and age it is important to have museums like this. Sadly the world needs to be reminded of its history.
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