Thessaloniki and Central Macedonia Sights



Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki

Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki Review

Among the displays in this museum dedicated to the history of the local Jewish community are tombstones from the city's ancient necropolis, which was on the grounds now inhabited by Aristotle University. Also on exhibit are objects rescued from the 32 synagogues that existed around the city, some of which were destroyed by the Nazis. The neoclassic building is one of the few Jewish structures that were spared in the great fire of 1917.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Ayiou Mina 13, Kentro, Thessaloniki, 54624 | Map It
  • Phone: 2310/250406
  • Cost: €3
  • Hours: Tues., Fri., and Sun. 11–2; Wed. and Thurs. 11–2 and 5–8
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  • Location: Kentro and Ladadika
Updated: 05-26-2011

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