Museum Of Moroccan Judaism, Casablanca
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Address: 81rue chasseur Jules Gros, Casablanca, Morocco
Ticket Price: 20 MAD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Museum Of Moroccan Judaism, Casablanca
Never before would you have heard of a Jewish museum in an Islamic world. Casablanca is home to a one-of-a-kind museum that is a testament to the tolerance of the different faiths of the land. For over 2,000 years, Judaism has been known to Morocco and Museum of Moroccan Judaism showcases their rich history, the traditions and their way of life.
Replicas of the interiors of a synagogue and the age old trade skill of the Jewish silver business are showcased through a model of a jeweler’s shop. If you really want an in-depth analysis of the museum’s artifacts, there are English speaking guides available on request at a minimal extra charge.
Museum Of Moroccan Judaism Ticket Prices
- Admission 20dh adults, free for children 11 and under.
Restaurants Near Museum Of Moroccan Judaism
- Le Boudoir (Mediterranean cuisine).
- La Grillardiere (Steakhouse).
- F.Kabbaj (French).
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Museum Of Moroccan Judaism, Casablanca Reviews
Great museum for Jewish history in Morocco. Learned so much about Moroccan culture that I thought originally was "Arab" and now realize that it really is Jewish heritage.
Loved it's uniqueness in the Muslim world Although it needs some few things like a tour guide and some immersive products I loved going through a century of Jewish history in Morocco
it is a moroccan museum dedicated to the jewish culture .
Small and thoughtfully maintained collection of old Moroccan Jewish objects.
The only Jews meseum in the Arab world.