Five foreign architecture studios compete for the Jewish museum in Vlora

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Today, at the Ministry of Culture, an agreement was signed for the institution that will oversee the Jewish museum in Vlora. This museum will serve to tell an Albanian-proud story.

Minister of Culture Elva Margariti gave some details not only about the foundation that will run the museum but also about the progress of the newest museum project during the signing of this agreement with the American Development Fund.

“The establishment of this foundation paves the way for the establishment of the Jewish museum, for becoming more persistent in scientific research and, why not, for becoming more profitable,” Margariti said. “It also paves the way for dialogue with the community that lived thanks to the Albanian faith.”

“Contributions with documents, images, and evidence that are echoes of a time not far ago, that the entire world should know and not forget,” the Minister recommended. “There will be five architectural firms from Austria, Germany, Italy, and Israel competing,” says the press release. “Work has begun, and the museum is taking shape; it will be much more tangible in December when we announce the winner.”