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Catholics make up 84% of Ireland's population but this Dublin museum remembers the small but important Jewish community. Full review →
Roughly 5,000 European Jews fleeing the pogroms of Eastern Europe arrived in Ireland in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Full review →
Housed in an old synagogue, this museum recounts the history and cultural heritage of Ireland's small but prolific Jewish community. Full review →
An old synagogue dating back to 1917 houses the Jewish Museum. Full review →
This collection of documents and artefacts relating to the Jewish community of Ireland includes a reconstruction of a late 19th-century kitchen typical of a Jewish home in the neighbourhood. Full review →