This 1980 photograph shows Beit Hatfutsot just two years after it was opened. It is the Museum of the Jewish People on the campus of Tel-Aviv University. The idea was proposed by Nahum Goldman, who wanted to create a monument to the Jewish Diaspora. The name of the museum translates to Diaspora House. The museum is unique in that it has no artifacts or historical relics, but rather provides a chronology of jewish life during 2,500 years of Diaspora.
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Smolski, Chet; Gwircman, Eliahu; and Yashar, Itzhak, "Tel Aviv: Beit Hatfutsot" (1980). Browse All. 687.