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Underground Prisoners Museum

      Located in the Russian Compound north of Jerusalem's bustling downtown, the museum is situated in the original Mandatory building which housed the prisoner’s cells, dungeons, gallows, synagogue, workshops and service rooms. The long, low stone building was initially constructed in the 1800’s as lodging for Russian women. During the British Mandate period, the shelter was converted into a prison for members of the pre-state Jewish underground militias: the Hagana, the Irgun (Etzel) and the Lehi who were captured and incarcerated during operations against the government. Some of them were hanged there and their cells have been preserved exactly the way they were, with original artifacts and documents detailing life behind bars during the Mandate.

Russian Compound
Mish'ol HaGevura 1
Phone: 02-6233166
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