From: Bucharest, Synagogue
Adress: Strada Mămulari 3, București 030167
The History Museum of Romanian Jews is housed in a former synagogue. It is about the Synagogue Unirea Sfântă, the former Synagogue of the Tailors. It was buit in 1836 by the tailors’ guild, and in 1910 it was completely restored. Since 1978, it has become a museum, on the initiative of Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen. The museum includes collections of documents, photographs and objects that attest to the presence of Jewish communities in our country.
The building is currently undergoing renovation.