Dr. Salvador Kibrick Jewish Museum

The first Jewish museum in Latin America, located in Buenos Aires' old Jewish neighbourhood.

El Museo Judío de Buenos Aires was founded in 1967 by Doctor Salvador Kibrick, member of the Congregación Israelita de la República Argentina. He was the first person to donate personal objects to the collection, including torah scrolls, siddurim, paintings, religious objects, old books, coins, and mezuzot.

The museum was the first of its kind in Latin America and is located beside Argentina's first synagogue in Calle Libertad, in the old Jewish neighbourhood. The museum has an art gallery and library.



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