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The Jewish Holocaust Centre is a museum dedicated to the 6 million Jews that lost their lives under Nazi rule during World War Two. The museum works to preserve the memory of these victims as well as educate current generations about racism and prejudice in order to work towards an understanding and accepting community.

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Jewish Holocaust Centre details

Address
13 Selwyn St, Elsternwick 3185

Telephone 03 9528 1985

Transport
Nearby Stations: Elsternwick

Open Mon-Thu 10am-4pm; Fri 10am-2pm; Sun noon-4pm

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