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Memory and Tolerance Museum (Museo Memoria y Tolerancia)

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Av. Juárez 8, Colonia Centro, Centro, 06010 Cuauhtémoc, CDMX, Mexico
+52 55 5130 5555
http://www.myt.org.mx/
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Puebla

If you are a museum lover, I highly recommend you visit this in the center of the city. I like it a lot because it helps you to understand a little more several chapters of the history of the world in which kindness and love could do much more. Highly recommended experience.

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Buenos Aires

This museum covers many of the most atrocious acts in the history of mankind. While the Holocaust has a fundamental place in the tour, there is also room for the genocide of Rwanda, Armenia, Cambodia and several more. It is impossible not to leave this museum wrapped in a mantle of reflection and sorrow, but welcome are those sensations. There is a sector dedicated to the inlcusión and non discrimination based on sexuality and many other interesting things. 100% recommended

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Local from Mexico City

Of the most emotional tours I've done in Cdmx. It all starts with a trip to Nazi Germany with memories of the terrible holocaust like a train car and some unmanned suitcases sensitize you to the atrocities that have happened throughout history and that the same man has caused. Despite being very interesting, it is definitely not suitable for hypersensitive people.

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Buenos Aires

A place that really fosters a message of union, peace, harmony and as its name says tolerance. Although it is known as the Museum in Holocaust mummy, the meaning of this space is much deeper than remembering one of the saddest moments in the history of mankind. This place manages to transmit a necessary message for a culture where intolerance, machismo, incomprehension, discrimination and racism is very evident. It really is worth knowing this space.

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Local from Mexico City

They say that museums open your eyes to reality, and although this is a bit painful, it is essential that we are well aware of all that has happened over time with humanity. One of the parts that has more impact in all is the Holocaust area. After seeing so many photos and getting detailed information about one of the most atrocious genocides that has happened, you leave with a mind full of questions and more questions. Even so, it is worth taking a walk in order to become aware of many issues and try to improve as people and society. In addition to being impressive, it also seeks to keep us learning all the past so as not to repeat it in the future.

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Playa de Gandia

Excellent museum although one leaves with a bitter taste to learn about black moments of history. You have to know them to tolerate and respect the other. It has a very interesting section of children that teach them values of tolerance and respect.

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Madrid
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It is not just another museum about the holocaust, in this museum we learn about diversity and tolerance to other cultures. It is worth knowing this museum that is relatively new and has a very nice area for children.

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Local from Mexico City

A museum with a lot of conscience, very clear and that gives you a very important message, it has several floors, its temporary exhibitions are the best. It has a cafeteria inside and store with nice things

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Memory and Tolerance Museum (Museo Memoria y Tolerancia)

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