1992, the Five Hundredth Anniversary of the Spanish expulsion and the discovery of America inspired much activity about Sephardic culture.
The idea for a general Sephardic/Eastern Jewish museum was formulated by a group of Sephardic public figures, academics, artists, musicians, actors, and poets.
Twenty years later, the idea is at the beginning of the process of becoming a reality. One can not know where the future will lie without knowing the past.
The museum and cultural center is a synthesis between the past and the future.
tunisian woman oil painting
Observing the Havdalah ritual, 14th-century Spain
Avraham huli pointing to the house he grew up in at moshav tzur moshe_edited.jpg
A representation of the 1506 Jewish Massacre in Lisbon..jpg
Formation of greek moshav tzur moshe founded in 1937 in homa vemigdal secret ove
historic sephardic jews
jewish photos from kurdistan
salonika women 1917
Bulgarian of Monastir Jews 1942
jewish man kurdistan
hachshara patasion 1946
Attas family Salonika