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Neve Shalom Synagogue

Neve Shalom Synagogue

The original construction of Neve Shalom synagogue was in 1719 by Ashkenazi Jews. The synagogue was rebuilt and enlarged to its current size between 1835 and 1837. This magnificent wooden synagogue is the only active synagogue today in P...

Bridgetown Jewish Synagogue and Nidhe Israel Museum

Bridgetown Jewish Synagogue and Nidhe Israel Museum

There is currently one synagogue situated in Bridgetown. Nidhe Israel Synagogue (Scattered of Israel) was founded in 1654 and was one of the first Synagogue built in the Western Hemisphere. About 300 Jewish people of Recife, Brazil, ...

Jewish Cemetery on Nevis Island

Jewish Cemetery on Nevis Island

One of the most popular historic sites on the island of Nevis is the Jewish Cemetery located on Government Road in Charlestown. The nineteen surviving grave markers spanning the period from 1679 to 1730 are the most visible reminder of the ...

Israel Fire Company NuƱoa Fire Department -  Fifth Company

Israel Fire Company NuƱoa Fire Department - Fifth Company

It's a historical firemen company made out of Jewish volunteers in Chile, located in the town of NuƱoa responding to emergency in the aid of some neighbors of Santiago. The company "Bomb Israel" born in 1954, as a feeling of gratitude t...

Confederation of Jewish Communities of Colombia (CCJC)

Confederation of Jewish Communities of Colombia (CCJC)

The Confederation of Jewish Communities of Colombia (CCJC) is the representative body of the Jewish communities of the country before the national government, the institutions of the Colombian state, international Jewish organizations, the ...

Holocaust Memorial Center and Friends of Yad Vashem - Shoa Museum Uruguay

Holocaust Memorial Center and Friends of Yad Vashem - Shoa Museum Uruguay

The Shoa Museum - Uruguay was founded in 1953 as the first one of its kind in South America. The organization started out with the name 'Victims of Nazism', and was later renamed 'Survivors of Nazism'. After the Second Generation join...