Welcome to the Jewish Museum of Rhodes

Here we will provide you with information regarding the historical exhibition which is located in the rooms formerly used as the women’s prayer rooms at the “Kahal Shalom” synagogue, which is now the Jewish Museum of Rhodes. In addition, this web site will inform you of other interesting subjects which are unique to the history of the Jews of Rhodes. This web site is produced by the Rhodes Jewish Historical Foundation, which is a non-profit organization, founded by Aron Hasson, and established to preserve the unique history of the Jews of Rhodes.

The Museum

Images of the Jewish Museum of Rhodes and a sample of its archives.

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La Juderia

Tour map of the Jewish Quarter and location of Jewish homes & businesses from before the War.

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The Cemetery

One of the oldest and best preserved Jewish cemeteries in Europe.

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Genealogy

Rhodes DNA Project & Family Tree Resources.

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Newsletters

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"KE HABER?" NEWSLETTERS FROM 1997 TO THE PRESENT

Gift Shop

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BOOKS, CD'S AND OTHER ITEMS

Food

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AUTHENTIC RECIPES

Audios

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Here are Rhodesli and Ladino audio recordings from our archives

Recent Comments

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  • aron: To Nataxja: Yes, the “Rhodesli Jewish Calendar” is available, send an email to info@rhodesjewishmuseum.org informing us of your street address.
  • Nataxja: Are the Rhodes calendars still available? I just discovered your website. My husband’s father’s family was from Rhodes. We went with our children to Rhodes with the cruise ship one year and showed them the synagogue, their grandfather’s pharmacy, the house in the new city and the house in the old city. His...
  • Sharon: (from the Rabbis of Rhodes page): Hi Aron, Thank you for this wonderful site, I have been reading it for 3 hours now, and it is facsinating. I think there was one more rabbi who served the community between 1911-1912, that was Yehuda Nissim Danon who came from Jerusalem. He was my great grandfather. In my family, we don`t have...
  • aron: To Leslie: there were 3 people named Lea Amato. Can you provide the name of her father, mother, spouse or siblings?
  • a kassen: Marvelous, what a web site it is! This weblog gives useful facts to us, keep it up.
  • Leslie Franco Weinberg: I am looking for the home of Lea Amato? Any ideas

Videos

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Extraordinary 1930s video of La Juderia: