The Russia page of this portal has 23 Holocaust-related sites on its interactive map. A project of the Berlin-based Foundation Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, the portal gives a sense of the diversity of European memorial culture.
Huge museum and education center that features innovative interactive exhibits. The $60 million complex opened in November 2010 in a converted bus garage that was turned over to the Jewish community in 1999. The German architectural fir Graft Lab carried out the transformation. The museum design firm Ralph Appelbaum Associates carried out the exhibition design. See JHE news feed and links about the museum and its opening.
10, Petrovsko-Razumovskaya alleya, Bld.3, office 7, Moscow 127083
Tel: +7 (0) 495 656 4571
Fax: +7 (0) 495 656 4578
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jewishmuseumrussia
Believed to be the first Museum of Jewish History in modern Russia, the privately conceived and run museum opened in May 2011. Its exhibits include sections on religious life, education, charity, the Jewish theater, professions and crafts, politics and other fields. Visits can be arranged only by prior booking.
Moscow Center for university teaching about Judaism. Hosts academic programs, conferences, lectures, field studies
Research, education, exhibition and publishing center devoted to Jewish studies and the presentation of the cultural heritage of Russian Jews to the academic community and general public.
It has an online museum project, and one focus is on Jewish life and history in shtetls.
Pochtamtskaya Str, 14/5,
St. Petersburg 190000
Tel: +7 (812) 315 3080
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheStateMuseumOfTheHistoryOfReligion/
The only museum of its kind in Russia; its collections examine the faiths which have established a presence in Russia since the prehistoric era. The museum has 1,220 Jewish-related artefacts, from Torah scrolls and tefillin to graphic art and antisemitic illustrations.