Jewish Museum opens in Moscow
Unique not only in its high-tech content but also in its political importance, a museum of Jewish history and culture opened to the public Sunday in Moscow, the capital of a nation plagued by anti-Semitism for more than two centuries. As several hundred visitors filled the 90,000-plus square foot former bus garage, they were immersed in a deeply moving lesson in tolerance.
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Visitors walk the halls of the Jewish Museum, which opened Sunday in Moscow.