‘There are many ways of being Swedish, and being Jewish is just one of them’

Located in the oldest preserved synagogue in Stockholm, the Jewish Museum reopened in early June with the aim of telling the story of the Jewish people in Sweden.

“The most important message of the museum is that there are many ways of being Swedish, and being Jewish is just one of them,” museum director Christina Gamstorp tells The Local when we visit the Gamla Stan site. 

“Also, that this is not a homogeneous society and that there is a lot to learn from the experiences of people that…
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