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ESRA Rehovot Outing to the Museum of Babylonian Jewry

Event Date and Time: 
07 March, 8:45 - 13:30

ESRA Rehovot Branch

Morning Outing by bus to the

Museum of Babylonian Jewry in Or Yehuda

Guided Tour in English

‎The Museum of Babylonian Jewry in Or Yehuda, opened to the public in 1988. Exhibited are ‎chapters from the history of Babylonian Jewry throughout the generations, over the course ‎of more than 2,600 years. ‎

Both permanent and changing exhibitions are shown at the Museum.  Permanent exhibitions ‎highlight a number of topics from community life in Iraq and the Diaspora, and address the ‎changes which they underwent during the past few centuries. The gallery of plastic arts ‎features changing exhibitions related to the heritage and culture of Babylonian Jewry. A ‎renovated auditorium hosts the opening events for exhibitions, film screenings and family ‎events. ‎

Special Iraqi refreshments will be served.‎

Deadline for payment Feb. 19‎

Advance reservations required

Location: 

Bus leaves from the Swiss Havayot Community Center, 52 Chaim Sereni St. ‎at 9:00, please arrive by 8:45.‎

Return to Rehovot at about 13:30‎
Contact Name: 
ESRA
Telephone: 
09-748 2957
Email: 
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Price per: 
100