The Jewish Museum of Buenos Aires was founded in 1967. It is a private museum with historical, religious, and artistic ... More
Museo Judío de Buenos Aires
The Jewish Museum of Buenos Aires was founded in 1967. It is a private museum with historical, religious, and artistic heritage. To found the museum, Dr. Salvador Kibrick donated his private collection almost entirely. It features two rooms: one displays ritual objects and documents from the Jewish immigration to Argentina; the other room features valuable paintings of Jewish themes. Guided tours are available in English and Spanish, and include a visit to the Synagogue.
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is perhaps Argentina's most cosmopolitan city. Home to approximately one third of Argentina's population, Buenos Aires is the 10th ...
This museum contains a number of historic pieces as well as didactic journey related to the beginnings of telegraphy, telephony,
radio, television and Internet. Another attraction is the architecture of the building that houses the museum. It was once ...
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