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Sydney Jewish Museum

Jews from Islamic Lands

Where
Sydney Jewish Museum
Sydney Jewish Museum
148 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
When

Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, 10pm to 4pm Thursday 19 November 2020 to Sunday 30 May Friday 28 May from 10pm to Saturday 29 May 4pm

Cost

Adult: $15Concession: $12Child: $9Family: $40

Until the 15th century, most Jews lived in Islamic lands.

This exhibition traces the lives of Jews living in the Middle East, Asia Minor, North Africa and the Iberian Peninsula from ancient times.

It tells a tapestry of stories from across these regions, of flourishing, tolerance, expulsion and displacement, as well as how these Jews have continued to celebrate their vibrant cultures in new places across the world.

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