The Jewish Museum in Bucharest, Romania is located in the former Templul Unirea Sfântă synagogue, which survived both World War II and Nicolae Ceauşescu unscathed.
The name has several variants, including Museum of the History of the Romanian Jewish Community. In Romanian it is variously called Muzeul de Istorie al Comunitatilor Evreiești din România, Muzeul de Istorie a Comunitații Evreiești București, etc.
The museum gives broad coverage of the history of the Jews in Romania. Displays include an enormous collection of books written, published, illustrated, or translated by Romanian Jews; a serious archive of the history of Romanian Jewry; a collection of paintings of and by Romanian Jews that, while relatively small, consists of works of a calibre worthy of a major art museum; memorabilia from Jewish theaters including the…
Official Website http://romanianjewish.org/ro
Address Strada Mămulari 3, 030771 București
Coordinates 44°25'42.2" N 26°6'28.659" E