Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre

An exhibition space housed within the walls of an exceptional piece of Soviet avant-garde architecture
Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre is a cultural and education project which includes a historical exposition, temporary exhibitions, the avant-garde centre, a space for public lectures, discussions and conferences, a 4-D theatre, the tolerance centre and a children's centre.
Tour of the exhibition '(Not) A Good Time For Love. Love Stories of Holocaust Survivors'
The exposition is a moving story about the feelings between people who were forced to live in inhuman conditions. Visitors will witness hopeful and deeply tragic stories told through excerpts from memoirs, diaries and letters of people who had to face the horrors of the Holocaust. The exhibition also includes works of modern art united by the themes of despair and hope, suffering and faith, pain and love. Online tour is guided by Ivan Tsurkan.
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Tour of the museum main exposition
A unique online tour of the Jewish people's history. Visitors will learn about a centuries-old culture, traditions, religious concepts. They will witness stories of Jewish life in various historical periods. Modern digital installations will show historical turning points and the daily life of Jewish families. Online tour is guided by Aleksey Klinchin.
This video has subtitles in Russian and English. Use the "Subtitles" function on YouTube.
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