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The Galicia Jewish museum’s permanent exhibition. From Kraków to Japan

The exhibition, “Traces of memory. A contemporary look at the Jewish past in Poland”, offers a completely new look at the Jewish past in Poland. It includes several unique features that distinguishes it from other exhibitions dealing with Jewish Poland and the Holocaust, making this project truly remarkable.

December 16, 2020 - The Galicia Jewish Museum - History and Memory

Synagogue in Bobowa. Photo: The Galicia Jewish Museum

We are happy to inform you that the travelling version of our permanent exhibition “Traces of Memory. A Contemporary Look at the Jewish Past in Poland” went to Japan this October! The exhibition was displayed in Kobe, Kyoto, and Tokyo.

The Galicia Jewish Museum permanent exhibition “Traces of Memory” (updated in 2016) explores a variety of subjects, motifs, and themes related to Polish-Jewish history and heritage. The exhibition offers a unique insight into Jewish Poland by describing a series of different processes which, although rooted in the past, directly influence today’s world and our future.

For more information on the exhibition, click here.

For more information on the Japanese exhibition we encourage you to check our website and to follow our Facebook page.

This project is a result of a cooperation with The Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.

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