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Reseña Histórica Museo

En 1985 se inauguró el Museo Comunal Histórico y de la Colonización (Ordenanza 254/85), en el local de la antigua Usina.

Con motivo del Centenario de la localidad y de la Inmigración y Colonización Judía en la Argentina el día 25 de Octubre de 1989, recibe su actual nombre y abre sus puertas, en edificio propio, donado para tal fin, por los descendientes de la familia Brener. (Ordenanza 334/89).

Su tema fundamental, aunque no excluyente, es la Colonización judía agrícola en esta Colonia, la pionera en la República Argentina.

Hoy el Museo cuenta con un vasto acervo patrimonial, parte del mismo fue donado o facilitado por vecinos de la localidad, hijos de colonos y ex residentes, pero también mucho llegó por recolección y rescate patrimonial. Podemos citar ejemplares de:

  • Baúles,
  • billetes,
  • pasaportes,
  • un samovar
  • candelabros, un shofar , platos rituales,
  • un cuchillo de matarife(jalef); utensilios de cocina,
  • cartas, certificados y documentos varios,
  • carpetas, entre otros
Historic and Communal Museum of Jewish Colonization "Rabino Aarón Halevi Goldman"

Our Museum is an historical Museum . He belonged to the state community. He has the History of the Jewish agriculture colonization in Argentina before the Barón Hirsch action: from the first group of Jewish Inmigrants that came in 1889 from Kamentez, Podolsk to Argentina. They found the first Jewish agriculture settlement, Moisés Ville: The cradle of the Jewish Colonization in Argentina.

Since that time, the settlement and organization of the town and the colony as the bigger Barón Hirsch`s Colony and the development of the institutions until nowadays, are present in our museum. All the changes in our society is shown in five permanent exhibition halls and a temporary one. Recently we opened a new place of multiply uses.

The museum has a very big documental archive, a very special library, which is permenently consulted by students, teachers, journalists, documentalists, photographs and all kinds of tourist, who are looking for their relatives and genealogical roots.

Since 1999 our town is a Historical National Place because of the not typical form of settled in the town and in the colony as a copy of the "shtetls" in the East of Europe. It has the first Jewish Cementery in Argentina and the first Rabi, called Rabi Aarón Halevi Goldman; the name of our museum. Also had the first Agriculture Cooperative in the Santa Fe Province. Now our town is considered the Cradle of the Cultural Integration and it is celebrated every year.

This museum is diferent from other Jewish museums because not only has religious things and documents nor all the components of the history of the town and the colony. In its exhibitions shows not only Jews ritual and religious elements.

All our exhibition are very important because they have a strong investigation before and they are visited by people from our country and from abroad.

There are a very important and interesting project between the museum and schools to rescue the intangible heritage and the colective memory which give identity to our town. The results of those reserches is shown every year. All the selectioned works where published in a book, called: "Oral memory of Moisés Ville: on the rescue of the Identity". In July 5th 2008, was presented during the Inauguration of the new hall.
You can find information about the history and development from the town and the institutions until today and the activities of the museum in our web pages.

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Museo Histórico Comunal y de la Colonización Judía "Rabino Aarón Goldman"

25 de Mayo 188 - (2313) Moisés Ville - Prov. Santa Fe - Argentina

Teléfono: (03409) 420665 - Email: museo_mv@yahoo.com.ar

Declarado de Interés Educativo Regional por el Ministerio de Educación y Cultura
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