Sightstitality of Amsterdam: Jewish Historical Museum
Eastern Rembrandt Museum and Gassan Diamonds Factory, for the transportation of Waterlooplein – Meester Visserplein, is the Jewish Historical Museum (Joods Historisch Museum) in the complex from the rebuilt in 1987 according to the original project of the four synagogue of the XVII-XVIII centuries.
Exposition of a new synagogue (Neie Sjoel, 1752.) talks about the history of the Jews in the Netherlands from the beginning of the XX century to our days. Big Synagogue (Grote Sjoel, 1671 g.) tells about the period until the beginning of the 20th century and the history of Ashkenazi in general. Upper, or second synagogue (Obbene Sjoel, 1685 g.) Contains the exposition of the Children’s Museum. Third Synagogue (Dritt Sjoel, 1700-1778.) Posts Museum offices.
As part of the Museum Museum Complex of the ticket (12 euros), you can also visit the lying quarter north of Portuguese synagogue (Portugese Synagoge, 1671-1675.) – At the time of construction, she was the world’s largest adjacent to her public library buildings "ETS-Haim" (ETS HAIM, that is "The tree of Life") – one of the oldest existing institutions of this kind in the world, as well as lying three quarters east, behind the channel Nieuwe Herengracht, Jewish Cultural Quarter (Hollandsche Schouwburg, part of the collection of library "ETS-Haim" transferred here).