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The Jewish Museum (London), London

Recently renovated and with modern extension.

Recently renovated and with modern extension. Exhibitions on the long history of the Jewish community in London. Surprisingly well laid out and interesting.


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About The Jewish Museum (London)

 129-131 Albert St NW1 7NB

 +44 20 7284 19

 [email protected]

 www.jewishmuseum.org.uk

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