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Beit Bialik

Culture | Museum

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Beit Bialik is the historic home of Haim Nachman Bialik, Israel’s national poet. Originally built in 1925-1926, the house bears the eclectic design of its famous architect Yosef Minur and its chief engineer Shmuel Barkai. After a lengthy restoration project, the museum was opened in 1991. Today, the Bialik Museum contains an archive of Bialik’s original work, a collection of works which were sent to him for editing as well as paintings and sculptures by such famous Israeli artists as Nachum Gutman, Reuven Rubin, Hana Orloff and Shmuel Ovadyahu. The Museum also houses the legendary cuckoo clock that plays “Hatikva” on the hour as well as ceramic art from Betzalel depicting various scenes from the Bible.
General Info
Status: Completed
Address: Bialik 22
Neighborhood: Center
Year established: 1991

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