Jewish Museum of Greece

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The Jewish Museum of Greece, which attracts scholars and researchers from all over the world, was set up in 1977 thanks to the tireless efforts of the Jewish community of Athens. It includes religious and ceremonial objects, old photographs, documents and artifacts that testify to the presence of a thriving Jewish community. Housed in new and much larger premises than the original room next to the city’s synagogue, today it also displays the assets that the Bulgarian collaborationist government confiscated from the Jews of Thrace in 1943.


Multimedia productions set up to present characters, stories, places, events which marked the history of Europe and its neighbouring regions. 
Interviews, movies, documentaries, exhibitions, trailers.


Original documents reproduced for reference.
Autograph sources, diaries, dedications, pictures, title pages, period articles, messages, phonograms, governmental, military and administrative clearances and orders, other archival exhibits.

Wefor is our Website dedicated to the figures of moral resistance against totalitarianism. The virtual Gardens of Europe’s Righteous and the teaching section YouFor are the core of this project realized by Gariwo, the forest of the Righteous. Through the establishment of the European Day of the Righteous by the Brussels Parliament, Wefor has received its highest recognition.