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Museum of Psalms

  • +972-(0)72-3281843
  • 56 Habad St, Jerusalem

About Moshe Ztvi Halevi Berger

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 10 traveler reviews
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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Pure Joy
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 11, 2017

What a delightful museum in the Old City!!! Colourful!!! And Mordecai....thank you for your friendliness!!! Looking forward to our next visit!!

A must
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 14, 2016

Met the owner Mordecai, who is a fantastic guy. A source of information and a delight to meet and talk to. His shop is now in the Old City in the Jewish Quarters as he has recently moved to #9 Chabad Sreet The paintings are quite some thing else. Beautiful. My wife and I...

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Met the owner Mordecai, who is a fantastic guy. A source of information and a delight to meet and talk to. His shop is now in the Old City in the Jewish Quarters as he has recently moved to #9 Chabad Sreet The paintings are quite some thing else. Beautiful. My wife and I loved it and bought some. Free Shipping included. We will defiantly go back if nothing else but to have a coffee with Mordecai who is a real gentlemen. Well worth a visit.

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Museum of Psalms - call before you go
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 3, 2015

Well, I didn't really have an experience. I rated this attraction "average" but that's a weighted average. From speaking with friends, this is supposed to be very worthwhile, however, I never actually got to visit because this site has moved and never updated their information on the internet yet. This museum is...

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Well, I didn't really have an experience. I rated this attraction "average" but that's a weighted average. From speaking with friends, this is supposed to be very worthwhile, however, I never actually got to visit because this site has moved and never updated their information on the internet yet. This museum is NOT located at 9 Harav Kook street as was supposed to be. After walking up and down the street searching for the entrance to #9 HaRav Kook, I called and was told they had moved to a new location in the Old City of Jerusalem at #9 Chabad Sreet . At least the 9 is the same if the street isn't. The man who answered the phone was very nice and offered to give me directions, but at that point, I didn't have enough time left to get there before I had to be somewhere else. Disappointing to say the least, so this museum will stay on my list of places to visit the next time I'm touring in Jerusalem.

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The Psalmist
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 13, 2015

I really enjoy my visit to this place because I saw the manuscript of psalm 151 that is not at present in the Holy Book. I was recently discovered but cannot be included until reviews are done as we were told. Here you have time to reflect on prayers, songs , praise and dancing...

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I really enjoy my visit to this place because I saw the manuscript of psalm 151 that is not at present in the Holy Book. I was recently discovered but cannot be included until reviews are done as we were told. Here you have time to reflect on prayers, songs , praise and dancing that are the main theme of psalm. A wonderful experience.

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