The Jewish Museum of Buenos Aires was founded in 1967. It is a private museum with historical, religious, and artistic heritage. To found the museum, Dr. Salvador Kibrick donated his private collection almost entirely. It features two rooms: one displays ritual objects and documents from the Jewish immigration to Argentina; the other room features valuable paintings of Jewish themes. Guided tours are available in English and Spanish, and include a visit to the Synagogue.
Arts & Museums
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