The Samaritan Museum

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The Samaritan Museum is an Ethnographic Museum and Archaeological Museum in Mount Gerizim, near "Nablus" (biblical Shechem). the museum is explores and presenting the culture of the "Samaritans" people. The museum is the only museum in the world dedicated to Samaritans and their language. The museum was opened in 1991.

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