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  • Pasteur - AMIA • À 4 min à pied
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janv. 2020
I am very surprised that I am the first to write a review for this tour, so I am going to include a bit of history before I actually write the review of the tour I took.
AMIA, the central entity of Jewish life in Argentina, was created in 1894.
Ever since its beginning it worked towards generating the necessary conditions to live a Jewish life in South America. One of its first actions was to open a community cemetery.
With the arrival of more immigrant groups, its activities grew and diversified.
Its push towards development was reflected in the historical house located in Pasteur 633, which was inaugurated in 1945.
The outstanding list of historical landmarks in the history of AMIA included its permanent support for Jewish education, for Zionist youth organizations, for culture and for institutional growth of Jewish communities outside of Buenos Aires.
On July 18, 1994, when AMIA was organizing a series of celebrations to commemorate its centennial, a terrorist attack took place in the AMIA building, causing death and destruction.
The memory of the 85 people killed, of the hundreds of wounded and of the survivors of the massive slaughter is reflected in the memorials erected, both in the footprint of the original building and inside the current building.
The AMIA tour is an open-door initiative that seeks to show the cultural heritage of the Argentinian Jewish community to visitors from around the globe, within its emblematic organization, a project that causes learning and emotions.

The guided tour includes:
* Reception outside of AMIA
* Entrance to AMIA (declared a National Historical Site)
* Tour around its courtyard, including Yaacov Agam's monument, Memorial Plaques commemorating the victims of the AMIA and Israeli Embassy bombings and the Disappeared during the last military dictatorship in Argentina.
* Entrance to the building
* Temporary art exhibit
* Visit to the Interpretation Center
* Film projection in its micro-cinema
* Gift shop.

This is a must see for anyone visiting Buenos Aires and I was very, very moved emotionally by the memorials, the film presentation and the indoor exhibits. We had a wonderful, English speaking guide.
The outdoor courtyard, which contains the Yaakov Agam Memorial, is where the original seven story building stood. There are still some vestiges of debris from the original building visible on the walls.
The Agam Memorial is remarkable in that one can see many different views of the sculpture depending on the angle.
There is a plaque with the names of all of the victims of the bombing below a large mural with pictures of the people who were killed.
The last name was added when he was finally identified years later--a 19 year old Spanish man who had come to AMIA that day to look for a job.
Another sculpture outside the building is a memorial to all of the Jewish 'disappeared' during the dictatorship years.
Inside the building, there are displays featuring pictures of the aftermath of the bombing and stories of some of the survivors.
Security is very tight.
One has to show one's passport to get into the building and pass a security screening as well, before being admitted.
Écrit le 1 février 2020
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