This museum is held in what appears to be a former home. It consists of four floors. The whole museum can easily be seen within an hour.
It was fascinating to learn of the little-known impact of the Jewish world on this culture. There is very little evidence of it currently (I did not see one synagogue in Athens). Nearly 87% of Greek Jews were annihilated by the Nazis, so it is wonderful that the community financed and organized such a place.
This is an excellent place to purchase non-kitschy, non-tchotchke souvenirs.
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