Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moscow

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Title

Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moscow

Description

The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow is one of the largest Jewish museums in the world. The site is a cultural and educational complex with its permanent exposition; here the exhibition, research, educational, children’s and Tolerance centers function as well. The Museum is located in the former Bakhmetevsky Bus Garage. The building is a Constructivist architectural masterpiece of the 20th century designed by Konstantin Melnikov and Vladimir Shukhov in the 1920s.

Subject

cultural

Creator

Volodymyr Kulikov

Date

1920s

Identifier

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ed/Jewish_Museum_and_Tolerance_Center_Moscow_Main_Entrance.jpg/1280px-Jewish_Museum_and_Tolerance_Center_Moscow_Main_Entrance.jpg

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One of the best museums in Moscow.

Original Format

transportation

Local URL

https://www.jewish-museum.ru/en/

Location

Moscow

Occupation

There are public lectures, talks etc.

Alternative Title

Еврейский музей и центр толерантности

Address

Obraztsova st., 11 Moscow, Russia

Collection

Citation

Volodymyr Kulikov, “Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moscow,” Heritage Reuse – Old Buildings with New Life, accessed December 15, 2019, http://crowdsourcingheritage.net/items/show/4.

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