The Bijbels Museum or Biblical Museum, housed in 2 buildings of the Cromhouthuizen on the Herengracht, displays Bible-related artifacts from the Judeo-Christian tradition

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Bijbels Museum, Amsterdam

The Bijbels Museum or Biblical Museum, housed in 2 buildings of the Cromhouthuizen on the Herengracht, displays Bible-related artifacts from the Judeo-Christian tradition.

The Bijbels Museum or Biblical Museum, housed in 2 buildings of the Cromhouthuizen on the Herengracht, displays Bible-related artifacts from the Judeo-Christian tradition. The collection includes historical Bibles such as the oldest Bible printed in the Netherlands (the 1477 Delftse Bijbel), religious art, 19thcentury archaeological finds from Egypt which throw light on the religious life of the ancient Egyptians during the creation of the Bible, replicas of ancient Jewish temples, reconstruction of the Tabernacle, and a copy of a Dead Sea scroll from Qumran containing the Book of Isaiah.


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About Bijbels Museum

 Herengracht 366, 1016 CH Amsterdam, Netherlands

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