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Jewish cementery in Managua

Jewish cementery in Managua

The cemetery of the Congregation is in Managua and burials are entirely according to Halacha (Jewish law), this cemetery is not assimilated. The first Jew was buried in 1935. There is also a historical cemetery in the city of Granada,...

Hebrew Academy Magen David

Hebrew Academy Magen David

The Hebrew Academy of Panama, Maguen David, was founded in 1979 with the aim of providing a means more observant environment. Today enrolled in their classrooms about 400 students. Magen David Academy is an educational institution th...

Mercaz Kehilati Synagogue

Mercaz Kehilati Synagogue

The April 16, 1997, the Jewish Community of Santiago acquired the Mercaz Kehilati, where today are held all community activities. Its mission is to provide the whole community and full Jewish community development under the values of the...

Golda Meir Square

Golda Meir Square

Built in 1991 through a national projects competition by the Montevideo City Government. It is a public square and monument in memory of Golda Meir, facing the Central Market on Reconquista street.

Israelite Union of Caracas

Israelite Union of Caracas

The Israelite Union of Caracas is the main Ashkenazi organization in the Jewish community of Venezuela, catering for a sizable population of families, joined together through this organization in their religious, educational, recreational, ...