Shanghai Jewish refugee Memoria

Location : No.62 Changyang Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai



In order to commemorate the history of Jewish refugees surviving in Shanghai and living in harmony with the Shanghai people, the Hongkou District People's Government established the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Memorial in 2007 on the former Ohel Moishe Synagogue where Jewish refugees carries out their religious activities. Since its establishment, the museum has told the world stories of Jewish refugees taking refuge in Shanghai in various ways and collected relevant historical materials from all over the world. The display has five parts: Taking Refuge in Shanghai, Regaining Freedom, Years Spent in the Ghetto, Attachment to the Neighborhood, Setting Sail Again. Through a large number of historical materials such as stories of 68 people and more than 90 minutes of videos, those special memories are reproduced.



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Line 4 Dalian Road Station


RMB 20

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