South African Jewish Museum

A point of interest featured in The City of Love, Nature and Lazy Days Guidelet.

A day,fixed price,check site first option in Cape Town, Western Cape, South.

Located at 88 Hatfield Street, Cape Town
Telephone: 0 21 465 1546
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Why Go: This building was build to the same proportions as the Bible figure King Solomon\'s temple and it truly is a beautiful Old building. It was built in 1863, and was South Africa\'s first Synagogue that also serves as the entrance to the rest of the Jewish Museum, which was founded by Mendel Kaplan in 2000. Large amounts of information are made very accessible through interactive displays, films and installations on South African Jewry from the first Lithuanian settlers who arrived in the 1800s to the present.

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