Belgium’s Jewish museum moved into a former Nazi police station. The Jewish Museum of Belgium, housed for 14 years above Brussels’ Beth Israel Synagogue, moved into the partially renovated former Nazi station Wednesday. Museum officials hope the move will boost the museum’s profile and keep the community’s Jewish culture and history alive.
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