Centre de la culture judeo-marocaine

The Center of Judeo-Morrocan Culture (CCJM) in Brussels is the result of a 20 year old work for gathering this exceptional heritage, as well as an ongoing reflexion renewed by its founder Paul Dahan, psychoanalyst.

The center holds a museum, a book and photo library.

On the website (unfortunately not very updated), one can look at a collection of objects, as well as bibliographical informations and archive documents.

An international committee of researchers and famous personalities is at the base of the development of the center.

Place Jean Vander Elst, 19/21 – 1180 Bruxelles – +32 477 29 10 43

Acces to the website

Browse the library catalog

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