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Armenian Museum

Region: Jerusalem and surroundings      Category: Historical Museums     

Armenian Museum

Description
This museum is housed in a very beautiful old building within the boundaries of the Armenian quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. It consists of a substantial collection of thousands of objects arranged over 30 rooms including, household and agricultural objects, maps, mosaics, manuscripts, photographs, woodcuts from early printing presses, copper ware, jeweled crosses, miters and embroidery. The collection depicts the lives, achievements and history of the Armenian community in Jerusalem. The collection is well displayed in glass cabinets and display cases and documentation is clear and informative.

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  • Opening hours
    mon 09:30-16:30
    tue  09:30-16:30
    wed 09:30-16:30
    thu  09:30-16:30
    fri  09:30-16:30
    sat  09:30-16:30
  • Admission
    Entrance fee
  • Address
    Saint James St., Old City, Jerusalem
  • Transportation
    Buses: 20, 38
  • Phone
    972-2-6282331
 


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