make sure you get to the facility at least 2 hrs before closing. staff is very lazy and leaves 1 hr prior to official closing
Visited in August, I had passed the building a couple of times and deceived to drop in and have a look, very interesting, well worth a visit and the audio visual is very informative. I thought there may be more actual exhibits but perhaps because of the nature of the atrocities there weren't any left to show! Well done Skopje,... More
A nice memorial place for the Jewish strugle in the city center. After watching the best macedonian movie Third Half i wish to visit this museum. I personaly think that this memorial centar can be more full with artefacts but still is must do on my list. The entrance is free of charge but there are no guides but you... More
This place is free to enter and is spread out over 3 floors. It takes you all through the History of the Jews,leading up to the Germans and the gas camps etc. A very interesting place with lots of information alongside pictures of real people. At the end there is a video in English which you can watch also.
On the upside it's free, and that whilst you aren't permitted to take any photos, there's actually nothing to take photos of. I'm also glad I went, but it's definitely the least interesting Jewish museum I've ever visited. On the downside it's not an interactive museum (which you'd expect from something completed recently), with just a handful of photos and... More
After visiting Auswitz and Birkenau we learned a lot about the Jews in WO2 at the Balcan The museum is free, a little bit difficult to find,but the collection is a short history about the WO2.
It's a small museum but it was very informative. You can pretty much read through all of the exhibits in an hour or so.
This small but poignant museum provides a good history lesson about the experience of Jews in the region around the Second World War. Be sure to watch the informative video presentation with English subtitles for a good overview of the history.
A great deal of thought and sensitivity was put into his museum. I had heard negative things before but none were true. The museum beautifully covered the story of the Holocaust of Jews from Vardar Macedonia. I was particularly taken by this since some of my own family perished in Treblinka, deported by the Bulgarians in March of 1943 from... More
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