The Holocaust Museum of Oporto will reopen to the general public next Thursday, 31 March, the date that commemorates the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Inquisition.
Although it has been closed to the public these last months, the Museum remained open for visits from schools from all over the country. This will now continue, with the inclusion of the general public.
The Holocaust Museum of Oporto was inaugurated in 2021 by the Jewish Community of Oporto in partnership with B’nai B’rith International and Holocaust museums around the world. IT welcomed over 40 thousand visitors, mainly young people, and in 2021 was the Portuguese museum that received the most visitors.
The Mekor Haim Choir, which sings liturgical museum, performs there on the last Friday of every month. Free admission to all age groups.
Repertoire for choir performance on April 1:
- Lecha Dodi
- Shalom Aleichem
- Tzur Mishelo
- Tzadik k'tamar
- Yih'Yu L'ratzon
- Ani Ma'amin