They say that time is a great healer, but to the Jewish community in Latvia the events of 1941 will never be forgotten. As many as 70,000 were murdered, and the Museum “Jews in Latvia” commemorates this terrible time in Latvian history. But the Museum does more than this, and tells the story of the Jewish Community from its inception to the present day. The Museum is on the 3rd floor of the Jewish Community building in Skola Str 6. The Director, Ilya Lensky, 33, told The Baltic Times more about the Museum and his plans for its future.
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