Fodor's Expert Review Muzeul de Istorie al Comunitaţilor Evreieşti din România

Bucharest Museum/Gallery

Housed in a synagogue dating back to 1850, this museum traces the history of Romania's Jewish population—at 750,000, the second largest in Europe prior to World War II. Some 300,000 Romanian Jews perished in the Holocaust, and today’s community numbers just over 10,000.

Museum/Gallery

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Str. Mamulari 3
Bucharest, Bucuresti  Romania

40-21–311–0870

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