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Jewish Cemetery Benei Israel Reformist

Jewish Cemetery Benei Israel Reformist

Since ancient times, at the time of forming a Jewish community, they began by integrating the Chevrá Kadishá and obtaining their own cemetery, thus ensuring that the dead were buried with due respect and decorum. Based on this tradition, ...

Bnei Sholem Publishing House

Bnei Sholem Publishing House

Bnei Sholem Publishing House was founded twenty-two years ago with the clear intention of bringing yehudim closer to judaism. They have published over 130 books, some of which are essential for Jewish learning. The main objective of Bnei Sh...

Max Nordau Israelit Society

Max Nordau Israelit Society

The Israeli Instruction and Welfare Society Max Nordau, was founded on April 29, 1916, being built by Sephardic Jews who had immigrated mainly from Smyrna in Turkey and Ashkenazi Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. After some years, t...

Chabad Lubavitch Peru

Chabad Lubavitch Peru

Rabbi Schneur Zalman Blumenfeld. The center includes: * Synagogue * Kosher Restaurant * Kosher bakery and other food products. Shabbat, Shajarit, Arvit and Minja services It has a mikveh for men and a mikveh for women.

Shoa Monuments

Shoa Monuments

There are two monuments dedicated to the Shoa: 1- In the South Cemetery. 2- In the Gan Menucha. In order to see them, arrange with the Yad Vashem Venezuelan Committee.