It rained almost all day today, just in time to visit the Jewish Museum in Prague. Among the several halls, Pincus Jewish synagogue was most impressed. The names of the Jewish victims and the time of their birth and death in World War II were closely written on the walls. There are Jewish children's paintings, the vast majority of them were killed. When I came out and passed the cemetery, it was raining heavily and my mood was wet. Tomorrow's trip will be over. I'm sorry.
The jewish museum consists of jewish district six different venues. The museum there were on display, including more than 40000 exhibits, 100000 copies of books and materials, is one of the most extensive jewish museum collections in the world. Here you can enjoy the very detailed Bohemia region of jewish culture, quite entertaining. Historical background jewish museum is located in the ghetto, was built in 1906, Prague imitate Paris city renovation at the time, most of the buildings to the ghetto demolished, only after the old old jewish cemetery, rites hall, mesa synagogue, pincus hall, Spanish synagogue and klausen synagogue and six. Forced the closure of the Nazi occupation, after open again until 1942.
Holding Prague Card is free of charge and there are many tourists. There is a Jewish cemetery nearby.
The Jewish Museum recommends the two points of the Jewish cemetery. The other halls are exhibition halls, which list Jewish celebrities and others in various fields. There are two trees at the door. The leaves are made of iron sheets, which bear the names of the people who died in the Holocaust.
The Jewish Museum of Prague, located in downtown Prague, is a famous Jewish Museum in Europe.
Why do Jews suffer so much? The reasons are complicated, but I can understand and accept that Christianity believes that Judas, one of the 12 disciples of Jesus, betrayed Jesus and that the Jews crucified Jesus, which is the source of Christian hatred for Jews. Later, Hitler, a madman, plunged the whole Jewish nation into disaster.