Manchester Jewish Museum
Richard Cavendish discovers the riches and Diaspora and beyond in the Manchester Jewish museum.
Manchester has the largest Jewish community in the country, outside London, and the museum, which is ten years old this year, is the only one in Britain in a synagogue. It is probably also the only one which is the direct outcome of the writing of a book.
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