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Address: 25 de Mayo 188 - (2313) Moisés Ville
Phonenumber: (03409) 420665
Mail: [email protected]

It is the Museum of the First Jewish Colony in the Argentinian Republic and its youngest organization.

It carries the name of -Rabbi Aaron Halevi Goldman-, spiritual leader to the first group of immigrants who shaped what would later be Moises Ville back in 1889.
The immigrants came from Kamenetz, Podolia.

Visitor can walk through its halls and delve deep into the message of the museum, which is both clear and touching.
The MoisesVille Museum is open to the public on:
* Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 6 to 8 pm during the summer and
* from 4 to 6 pm during the winter.

The MoisesVille museum closes for summer vacations from the second week until the second week of February.

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