The Ralli Museum in Caesarea was founded by Herry Recanati, and displays a wide and diverce range of items: Archaeological artifacts related to the history of Caesarea; contemporary Latin American Art; Commemoration of the Jewish Explusion from Spain; perspectives of the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki; a selection of 16th to 18th centuries European artists depicting Biblical Themes; and a selection of modern art works, including several pieces of Salvador Dali, Auguste Rodin, Arman, and Andre Masson.
The Museum building is designed in the style of Spanish Colonial Architecture, combined with Moorish style.
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