Being the most multinational and multiconfessional city in Russia, Moscow becomes a home for many communities and the Moscow Jewish diaspora is considered the largest one in Russia. There are more than 200 thousand members in it and of course, their life could not remain unmarked in the Moscow architectural and cultural heritage.
Jewish landmarks can be found all around Moscow. They include six choral synagogues, 14 Jewish cultural community centers, kosher supermarkets and restaurants, Jewish schools, museums and memorials. This brief guide is dedicated to the most significant and important sights of the great Jewish heritage in Moscow.
Old Choral Synagogue
This orthodox Synagogue of 19th century was restored and remains the significant place of Jewish heritage and a functioning place for the religious people.
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The Museum of Jewish history
The museum is dedicated to the Jewish history and cultural aspects of their life. Its large collection includes the evidence of all Jewish ethnic groups from Eastern Europe to Central Asia.
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Jewish museum and Tolerance Center
The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center is a modern and the most high-tech object of Jewish cultury in Russia.
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Holocaust memorial synagogue
This memorial is a complex that includes a Synagogue and a museum of Holocaust.
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The synagogue on Bolshaya Bronnaya
This is a private Synagogue, functioning from the old times.
More information on the page: The Synagogue on Bolshaya Bronnaya