Jewish Refugees Museum Pictures

The Ohel Moshe Synagogue was established in 1907 and moved to present site in 1927. In the year of 2007, the People's Government of Hongkou District allocated special fund to renovate this building and had it restored to its historical appearance in 1928.

Located at 62 Changyang Road, Hongkou District, the Jewish Refugees Museum was built on the site of the Ohel Moshe Synagogue. During World War II, thousands of Jewish refugees flooded to this city and settled in Hongkou District. The museum has three floors, the Jewish Cultural and Artistic Center is on the first floor, many precious historic pictures are shown on the second floor and the hall of historical data about those refugees in this city is on the third floor. Attraction Intro: Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum

  • The Ohel Moshe Synagogue was established in 1907 and moved to present site in 1927. In the year of 2007, the People's Government of Hongkou District allocated special fund to renovate this building and had it restored to its historical appearance in 1928.
  • The Former Ohel Moshe Synagogue
  • A silk banner given by the Consulate General of Israel in Shanghai, showing their tribute to Hongkou people who provided refuge to Jews in time of need.
  • Household things left in the Ohel Moshe Synagogue and valuable pictures of daily life of Jewish refugees in Shanghai on the wall
  • Historic photos gallery about Jewish refugees with six parts: Fleeing to Shanghai, Jewish Refugee Community, Hard Times in the Hongkew Ghetto, Sympathy and Mutual Help, Start a New Life, Unforgettable Episode of the History
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