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“Vibrant Israel” in Dolores Hidalgo until June 7

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Nina de Sacar, coordinator of the Cultural Institute Mexico Israel, together with Dolores Hidalgo municipal authorities inaugurated in the cradle of ithe Mexican ndependence the “Vibrant Israel” exhibition, at the bicentennial museum,  on Friday, April 7.

This exposition has all the cultural aspects (Jewish colossal flower of Israel, vibrant Israel, freedom of worship, independence of Israel, science, culture, education, Judaism around the world, archaeology and much more).

The Cultural Institute Mexico Israel is in charge of organzing exhibitions outside of Mexico City, and this time, Dolores Hidalgo was chosen for this particular exhibit.

In that sense, the exhibition “Vibrant Israel” has been taken to different places of the republic to share the bonds of friendship between Mexico and Israel through culture , art and science.

Regarding the Mexico-Israel twinning, it all started back in 1947, when illustrious Mexican and Jewish men founded this cultural institute, one year before the independence of the state of Israel.

For that reason the main objective is to share the cultures since the culture of Israel is millenarian and has much to do with Mexico, because towns as Dolores Hidalgo, have much in common in culture, and traditions with provinces of Israel.

The exhibition will be open to the public from April 7 to June 7, 2017 as it is also intended to be part of the 154th anniversary of the city of Dolores Hidalgo.

The coordinator of the Cultural Institute Mexico Israel concluded that they will continue bringing exhibitions from different parts of the world to the state of Guanajuato and the rest of Mexico.

Source: http://diariojudio.com/

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