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Das Herzl Museum

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Einzigartige Museum
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf July 26, 2017

Das Museum hat eine ungewöhnlichen Ansatz das Denken der Gründer der Zionistischen Bewegung zu vermitteln. Es ist ein sehr interessantes Museum,das man sich nicht entgehen lassen sollte.

Visit the Herzl Museum in Jerusalem
TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf March 5, 2020

A visit to The Herzl Museum is a great experience.Here one gets to learn about the visionary Theodor Herzl who in 1896 wrote his book The Jewish State.In August 1897 he convened the first World Zionist Congress in Basel,Switzerland where he presented his program for the establishment of a Jewish Nation State in Palestine.In...

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A visit to The Herzl Museum is a great experience.Here one gets to learn about the visionary Theodor Herzl who in 1896 wrote his book The Jewish State.In August 1897 he convened the first World Zionist Congress in Basel,Switzerland where he presented his program for the establishment of a Jewish Nation State in Palestine.In 1948 The State of Israel was established!

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TripAdvisor BewertungenÜberprüft auf January 23, 2020

We visited the museum on a very cold day.  We preceded our Museum tour by visiting Herzl's simple grave a few hundred metres away where he was reburied almost 50 years after his death.  It is in a pleasant garden area on the top of Mt Herzl which is also worth visiting. The museum tour...

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We visited the museum on a very cold day.  We preceded our Museum tour by visiting Herzl's simple grave a few hundred metres away where he was reburied almost 50 years after his death.  It is in a pleasant garden area on the top of Mt Herzl which is also worth visiting. The museum tour itself was quite different from any museum I had visited before: cleverly engineered scenes and film clips are used to explain what prompted Herzl's vision and how he then set about trying to achieve it. The script keeps your attention, often using Herzl's own words, which as he was a journalist are well written and often inspiring. The various scripts delicately avoid modern day political strife and whilst obviously intended to be positive about Israel and its future, do so in a way that concentrates on Herzl. Our tour was led by a guide called Shoshi who made it enjoyable and seemed able to answer any question asked about Herzl.

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