Jewish Refugees Museum
Jewish Refugees Museum is located in the Hongkou Mayor
Rd No. 62 (formerly No. 62 Ward Road), from the site
of Moses synagogue and two showrooms composition, is
an important part of "Tilanqiao Historic District"
aims to witness and memorial Jewish refugees in Shanghai
Moses Hall, the site of one of the two remaining
synagogue site of Shanghai during World War II is often
held religious gatherings and Jewish refugees in Shanghai
place, has been restored to 1928 when as an architectural
style synagogue, the internal structure were adjusted
according to the drawings, copies of this architectural
drawings are now housed on the first floor. Tourists
on the third floor has a signature instrument, Jewish
refugees databases and video programs. II showrooms
rich movie scene with sculptures, carvings and paintings
and other works of art, vivid reproduction of this history
of Jewish refugees in Shanghai, in addition to show
your passport and Shanghai Jewish refugees Morning Post
and other physical copies, inscribed with Rabin Large
stone inscription and so on. Historians and artists
work together to make this exhibition the audience away.
Three showrooms often have a variety of themes in this
new exhibition on display.