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The Babylonian Jewry Museum

Region: Tel-Aviv and surroundings      Category: Historical Museums     

The Babylonian Jewry Museum
The Babylonian Jewry Museum

Museum presents chapters in the history of the Jews of Babylon over a period of 2700 years, from the time of their exile from the Land of Israel (721-586 BCE) until their return to the State of Israel by Operation "Ezra and Nehemia" (1950-1952). The ethnographic exhibition shows the life style of the Jews of Iraq, their customs and manners, art and culture.


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  • Opening hours
    sun  08:30-15:30
    mon 08:30-15:30
    tue  08:30-19:00
    wed 08:30-15:30
    thu  08:30-15:30
    fri  08:30-13:00
  • Admission
    Entrance fee
  • Address
    83 Ben-Porat Road, Or-Yehuda
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