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Musee d'Art et 'Histoire du Judaisme, Paris?

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Has anyone been to this museum who can comment? I'm in Paris for 9 more days, with a
Museum Pass, and thought this looked interesting. I'm not Jewish, but their history has always fascinated me. I have some day trips planned, but need sunnier days for those-
(Chantilly, Senlis, maybe Provins), and it's a little rainy now, good for museum days.

By the way, Paris was REALLY busy the last few days- VE Day Hoilday- so I avoided the Louvre and Orsay. Did less crowded places, English tour at Opera Garnier one day (beautiful building!), Mosque de Paris and their pretty little tearoom, and Chateau de Vincennes today. Loved that, and so easy to get there at the end of Metro Line 1, in a pretty little town. It's a wonderful 11th Century fortified chateau all still in tact. But I digress- this is about the Jewish Museum. Anyone?

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