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The Jewish Museum of Switzerland is open for everyone. It tells the cultural history of the Jews in the area of today’s Switzerland and of Judaism as a religion via topics of universal concern: migration, family, community and faith. It opened in 1966 as the first Jewish Museum in German-speaking Europe after World War II. The founding director Dr. Katia Guth-Dreyfus, who shaped the museum for more than four decades. She was succeeded by Dr. Gaby Knoch-Mund in 2010 and by Dr. Naomi Lubrich, the current director, in 2015.