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Wonderful effort to preserve the past and start the future

I commend the city of Bejar for this wonderful effort to preserve the memory of the past, even if... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2015
17ReyRey
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Boston, Massachusetts
would have liked to have seen this!

We came to this village to visit the museum, but it was closed when we got there. There was a phone... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2015
judithyo
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St. Johns, Newfoundland
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24 Sep 2015
“would have liked to have seen this!”
11 Jul 2015
“Wonderful effort to preserve the past and start the future”
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Calle Curas S/N, 37700, Bejar, Spain
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Reviewed 24 September 2015

We came to this village to visit the museum, but it was closed when we got there. There was a phone no. we were told we could call, but when we called, we heard the phone ringing on the other side of the door. We...More

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Nacho C, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Jewish Museum David Melul, responded to this reviewResponded 29 September 2015

We apologize for the problem. Our museum is closed until next thursday, because we are working on maintenance. If you are still on the area, contact us using the e mail (on web page) and we organize a private tour for you.

Reviewed 11 July 2015

I commend the city of Bejar for this wonderful effort to preserve the memory of the past, even if painful, and to help future generations build a pluralistic society in the heart of Castile.

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