A 16-month Jewish Calendar for 2021-2022. This beautiful wall calendar spans a full 16 months from September 2021 through December 2022 and features a selection of images from the collection of the Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam.
The Jewish Calendar 2021-2022 features full-colour illustrations of Judaic ceremonial and historical masterpieces from the museum. The calendar includes U.S. and Jewish holidays, Sabbath candle-lighting times, blessings, and a list of Jewish holidays until the year 2030.
The Jewish Cultural Quarter in Amsterdam consists of the Jewish Historical Museum, the JHM Children’s Museum, the Portuguese Synagogue, the Hollandsche Schouwburg, and the National Holocaust Museum.
The Jewish Cultural Quarter invites its visitors to acquaint themselves with Jewish culture and history, to deepen their existing knowledge, and to think actively about the subject of cultural diversity. Their basic principle is to make the Jewish story accessible in a positive way to as much of the general public as possible.
The Jewish Cultural Quarter offers a range of fascinating exhibitions, all pertaining to the past, present and future of Jewish culture. Book your tickets for a visit, or discover a part of the collection in the online museum.
The Museum Shop of the Jewish Historical Museum offers a wide range of products, including a great many art books, surveys, and catalogues with scholarly information on the collection and on the temporary exhibitions. You can also buy Jewish literature, books for adults and children about Judaism, CDs with Jewish music (Klezmer, Hazzanut, Sephardic music, Yiddish songs, and classical music) and gifts here – and there is a wide range of picture postcards, gadgets, hamsas and other special jewelry. The Museum Shop in the Jewish Historical Museum is open every day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
12 november 2020
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