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Another recipient of such an award was the famous S.Dubnow whose photos are displayed not far from the above mentioned materials. The same display also illustrates a number of materials, photographs and documents telling of the Jewish Hospital and the Craftsman Society “Trud” (Labour) both of which operated in Odessa.In the same room one can find photographs of acclaimed figures of Jewish literature including H. On the walls of this historically rich room there is a gallery of photographs which take the visitor into the lives of leading figures of Jewish culture and activists of the Jewish political movement (primarily Zionism).Bialik, Mendele Moiher-Sforim, Ahad-Ga-Am, Sholom Aleihem and others. In the same line of photos there is a photograph of the Jewish Self Defence League (1905).Students of the School of Jewish Art located in the “Migdal” centre have beautifully decorated a number of stones with images of old buildings at one point visible on the streets of Odessa.In this next room you can find a collection of materials dedicated to the production of a major Odessa company “V. Included among other materials is the letter which the famous tea merchant Vysotsky wrote, himself, to the Jewish Enlightenment Society asking the Hebrew press to publish an acknowledgement of his award for the best essay on Jewish history.Real guests • Real stays • Real opinions " data-tooltip-animation="false" tabindex="0" data-bbox="35.0258282853583,48.4456832931634,35.0801147984049,48.4816141263096" data-node_tt_id="location_score_tooltip" data-width="350" title="" There is easy access to a small store and a cafe as well as a restaurant under the same roof where the hotel is locating. However, I would suggest the gym should be open for more hours/accessible for the clients, and the cuisine&service during breakfast should be improved.
In particular, we are extremely grateful to Odessa’s collectors A. With the help of the monitor in this room you can get familiar with the number of Odessa’s Jewish population at different periods of the city’s life where percentages of Jews varied from 10% in 1975 to 34% (approximately 200 thousand) in 1912 and from 44% in 1920 to 6% (65 thousand) in 1989.Menorah’s restaurant serves European cuisine, as well as Kosher dishes, cooked from high-quality products. The Museum of History of Odessa Jews “Migdal Shorashim” was opened in November of 2002 by the Jewish community centre “Migdal”. Babel and others who choose to produce their classics in the Russian language. Lilienblum and Pinsker along with world known Zionist leaders V. The city also welcomes new talent in the realm of Jewish literature such as I.
In 1910s Jews play a key role in the arts and cinematography developing in Odessa.
Previously, the history of Odessa’s Jewry was not exhibited or displayed in any other museum around the city. However historical tragedies of the Second World War took its toll on the Jews of Odessa where thousands of Jews were killed in the Odessa region during the Nazi occupation.