Dear visitors of our website, The opening of the mobile exhibition “Learn to Remember” ( Ger. “Erinnerung Lernen”) will be held on 8th October 2018 at 15:00 in the Shevchenko Hall at the Yurii Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University. The exhibition was prepared within the framework of a mutual German-Ukrainian project,the goal of the project lies […]
Dear visitors of our website, We all follow our own paths in life and we pass through hard, hopeful, disappointing but also very happy times. But on the upcoming holiday of Rosh Ha-Shana we have the opportunity to come together, listen to the sound of the Shofar and think about what was and what will […]
Dear friends due to renovations the museum will be closed from 30.07 2018 till 05.08. 2018.
On Wednesday Gunter Demnig visited Chernivtsi and handed over the Stolperschwelle (translated from German “stumbling threshold“) to the city. The artist presented the memorial sign to the mayor Oleksii Kaspruk in a solemn ceremony with Holocaust survivors, representatives of the city council, Jewish organisations and the Romanian consulate. The Stolperschwelle commemorates the thousands of Chernivtsi […]
Dear visitors of our website, May, 18 museum staffs from all over the world celebrate their professional holiday — International Museum Day. We invite all the citizens and guests of our city to visit our museum on May 18 for FREE!
Dear visitors of our website! Pesach is followed by a Christian holiday Easter. Christians of Western Rite Orthodoxy will celebrate Easter this weekend, but to Christians of Eastern Rite Orthodoxy Easter will come next week. So, the team of the Chernivtsi Museum of the History and Culture of Bukovinian Jews heartedly congratulates you on Easter! […]
Dear visitors of our website! We congratulate you on upcoming Pesach! Liberation and renewal are the main themes of this holiday, they are the main achievements, which the Jewish people received with sufferings more than 3000 years ago, going on a difficult path from an Egyptian slavery to the Promised Land. Back then the spirit […]
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the International Yiddish Centre of WJC, the Judaica Center at Kyiv Mohyla Academy, the Yurii Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, with the assistance of the Chernivtsi City Hall and the Chernivtsi Museum of the History and Culture of Bukovinian Jews under the sponsorship of the World Jewish Congress, the Euro-Asian Jewish […]