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Museo Judio Villa Maria Córdoba - Argentina


Sociedad Israelíta

Museo Abierto





Israeli Society

The Israelite Benefit Society Hebrah Keduschah was founded in 1925 in the city of Villa María, Province of Córdoba, Argentina by Jewish immigrants from Europe and North Africa.

Among its purposes are to carry out charitable practices, the teaching of the Hebrew language, to support the Social Cemetery and to encourage and establish all the activities of Jewish Worship. In its splendor, it brought together more than 100 associated families from Villa María and neighboring towns, with an Ashkenazi temple and another Sephardic temple, a library, a school and a social headquarters with a theater.

The Community was always and is present in activities of all kinds, from festivities, civic and interreligious acts, sharing the dynamic vibration of the city.

In 2018, an agreement signed with the Bernardino Rivadavia Library, of Villa María, one of the most important educational institutions in the country, established the basis for creating a Jewish Temple and Museum and a Multicultural space at the Headquarters. In 2019, a general restoration of the Israelite Cemetery was carried out, the existing corporate documentation was digitized since 1925, allowing access to it through the internet.


Mr. Abraham Beracasa,
Mariano Moreno 163

Entre Ríos at 700
Bartholomew Miter 182
Entre Ríos 654

Foundational Act
Foundational Statute - 1925

Current Statute - 2019