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Музей «На грани», Иерусалим

  • Ул.Хейль Ха-Хандаса, 4, Иерусалим
TripAdvisor ReviewsСогласно 41 отзывам(ов) туристов
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Рейтинг TripAdvisorПросмотрено June 22, 2015

Здание музея полуразрушенное и кажется в аварийном состоянии. Находится на границе квартала "меа шеарим".

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Рейтинг TripAdvisorПросмотрено February 8, 2018

I have never had a more disturbing experience. I lead my life based on tolerance and reaching out to those different than me. I was excited to see a museum dedicated to my same values - and in Jerusalem, a city suffering from so much intolerance. My disappointment was painful when I found exhibit...

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I have never had a more disturbing experience. I lead my life based on tolerance and reaching out to those different than me. I was excited to see a museum dedicated to my same values - and in Jerusalem, a city suffering from so much intolerance. My disappointment was painful when I found exhibit after exhibit that demonized one group of people. In a misplaced effort to express tolerance the museum had display after display that demonstrated intolerance. I found myself more and more disturbed by the hate expressed here. In a city rich with museums, this is a museum not worth your time.

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Small Gem of a Gallery
Рейтинг TripAdvisorПросмотрено February 5, 2018

Most of the written and internet findings I read suggested that this is actually a museum with some historical relevance however, we were surprised to discover that it is actually a "socio political contemporary art museum". To this end, it is a bit of a gem. Housed on three floors this Gallery...

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Most of the written and internet findings I read suggested that this is actually a museum with some historical relevance however, we were surprised to discover that it is actually a "socio political contemporary art museum". To this end, it is a bit of a gem. Housed on three floors this Gallery present themed exhibits that challenge the status quo and current thinking in any number of socio-political areas. The exhibit we saw was focused on feminine issues/challenges to Orthodox Judaism. It presented an interesting "other" side to current practices. All signage is in Hebrew and English, there is a cute café on the roof and a terrace (although the view is really of no consequence). They also have a gift shop with an interesting collection of items. If you're looking for something a little different that may challenge how you currently think about certain social issues than you'll certainly enjoy spending 1-2hours here. It's easy walking distance from Damascus Gate.

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