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  • Novi Hram Gallery is housed in an old Sephardic synagogue that was built in 1870 and given the name, Il Kal Nuevu (muevu). It was built next to the Old Jewish Temple, which now serves as the Jewish Museum.

    Novi Hram stopped functioning as a place of worship in 1930 when Sarajevo's largest synagogue, the Temple (now BKC), was opened. Right before the last war (1992-1995) the Hram was turned into an art gallery.

    The gallery's exhibit space takes up approximately 100m2 and operates as part of the Jewish cultural-educational and humanitarian organization, La Benevolencija.