This museum contains one of the largest and rarest collections in the world of Islam-related art.
In addition to showcasing one of the world’s most comprehensive collection of Islamic art and antique timepieces, this museum is dedicated to closing the cultural divide between Israel’s Jewish and Muslim populations. Especially worth seeing are the samples of Persian tiling, Indian Moghul miniatures, and an informative section on Arabic calligraphy.
|Venue name:||The Museum for Islamic Art||Contact:|
2 HaPalmach St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 10:00-15:00; Thu 10:00-19:00; Fri-Sat 10:00-14:00|
|Price:||NIS 40 (Adult), NIS 20 (Children under 18/Senior)|
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Old Objects, New Artworks
Something old, something new – 12 artists and designers from a range of disciplines have taken objects from the permanent exhibition at Jerusalem's Museum for Islamic Art and reinterpreted them into their own creations. The final product illustrates the...Art and design Until Thursday November 30 2017