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Museum of Psalms

About Moshe Ztvi Halevi Berger

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 12 traveler reviews
Xandreya from Texas
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 2, 2018

A rare find we stumbled upon in The Jewish Quarter in the Old City. There was a corresponding original painting to match each of the 189 psalms. There were paintings that did not deal with psalms but had deep meaning. The gentleman that runs the Museum is so very knowledgeable about each piece...

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A rare find we stumbled upon in The Jewish Quarter in the Old City. There was a corresponding original painting to match each of the 189 psalms. There were paintings that did not deal with psalms but had deep meaning. The gentleman that runs the Museum is so very knowledgeable about each piece and he devotes so much time to each person. His kindness and patience with me was impressive. On our first visit, we knew we wanted to purchase a signed and numbered lithograph or a signed painting. We went back the next day to read the psalms and talk to the curator. We found the perfect psalm about creation and the painting was perfect. We choose a larger size for us. We purchased a tree of life for our daughter. There are sizes and prices fire everyone. We thought the prices were very good, especially when you buy more than one. This is something that is unique and a great memory from Israel.

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Wonders in colour
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 23, 2017

Waking past I came into this store/ museum. Bright and full of committees, the paintings on display are by Rabbi Herbert who has since passed. To have the psalms pour into canvas takes on a different meaning. Walk in to be blessed a bit more than usual. Of course charming Mordecai is an added...

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Waking past I came into this store/ museum. Bright and full of committees, the paintings on display are by Rabbi Herbert who has since passed. To have the psalms pour into canvas takes on a different meaning. Walk in to be blessed a bit more than usual. Of course charming Mordecai is an added bonus!

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A gift to behold
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 24, 2017

My daughter and I planned to visit the Psalm Museum, during the planning stage of our trip. We were familiar with the work of the amazing artist...Rav Berg...May he Rest in peace. Despite seeing the art work in a book, we were not prepared to see the beauty, the radiance, and pure spirituality...

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My daughter and I planned to visit the Psalm Museum, during the planning stage of our trip. We were familiar with the work of the amazing artist...Rav Berg...May he Rest in peace. Despite seeing the art work in a book, we were not prepared to see the beauty, the radiance, and pure spirituality that exuded from the original paintings. It is something beyond special to see. Don't miss it. Mordechai Belgah, runs the Psalm Museum. He is extremely knowledgeable about the spiritual meaning of the paintings. He is a pleasure to meet, he is patient and very helpful. The lithographs are absolutely beautiful. I bought two. Please go and enjoy!

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