Museum of Jewish Heritage

36 Battery Place
New York
NY 10280

Museum of Jewish Heritage

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The Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City
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Manhattan's largest solar array - 36 kiloWatts - is atop Museum of Jewish Heritage's south annex, and the Verdesian towers above. Opened in 1997, visitors gain a virtual perspective on 20th century Jewish history.



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The Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City

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