The fate of Slovak Jews


Museum of Jewish Culture

Permanent exhibition dedicated to Holocaust is located in spaces of women’s gallery of Nitra Synagogue. It is currently the only one of its kind in Slovakia. The exhibition is made up of graphic works of Israeli artist Shraga Weil - native of Nitra.

Permanent exhibition of Jewish culture in Slovakia


Museum of Jewish Culture

Permanent exhibition opened in May 1993, introduces visitors with the history and culture of Jews in Slovakia since the Great Moravian Empire. Two and three-dimensional exhibits acquaint visitors with the everyday life of the Jewish people: their holidays, interior of synagogues and Jewish personalities who became known throughout Slovakia. The end of exhibition is dedicated to the memory of about...

Synagogue in Prešov


Museum of Jewish Culture

Synagogue in Nitra


Museum of Jewish Culture

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An exhibition permanently housed in the Zsigray Mansion in Bratislava aims at the presentation of Jewish material and spiritual culture and the documentation of holocaust in Slovakia.

The collections and exhibitions present to the public objects of everyday life, documents and objects of visual art. The museum also administers four exhibitions displayed in the synagogues in Žilina, Prešov, Trnava and Nitra.