• Subiect: The Elie Wiesel Museum House Our endeavours to represent the Jews of Maramures in the Museum of Sighet have started in the period between 1972-1974, when we planned the Themes of the Maramures Village Museum. The factual representation of the Jews within the village museum is already a reality. Since a couple of years we have succeeded to renovate and to set up within our museum a 20th century house that belonged to the Drimer family in the commune of Barsana (handi craftsmen and merchants), a house that used to host the rabbi when he was to hold service in the communal Synagogue. We also have another renovated house of a «shepherd-farmer Jew» from the commune Poienile Izei, which is under arrangements of its interior. We do consider it an important thing to point out that the Jewish population, after settling down in the villages of Maramures, have started relations with the native population, and many times they took up the traditional occupations of Romanians, and even dements of their folk dressing. Mention also must be made about the «kosher sheepfolds» in the Mountains of Rodna and the Maramures Mountains, where the «head shepherds» were always Jews.
  • Limba de redactare: română
  • Secţiunea: Muzee şi expoziţii
  • Vezi publicația: Revista Muzeelor
  • Editura: Centrul pentru Formare, Educare Permanentă şi Management în Domeniul Culturii
  • Loc publicare: Bucureşti
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2003
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: nr. în TOM: 1-2; anul 2003
  • Paginaţia: 128-135
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