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Callao Cemetery

Callao Cemetery

It is the oldest place that continues to own the Jewish Community. The community was organized by the need to devote land to bury the dead Jews. Before 1875, Jews were buried in a gentile cemetery in the British cemetery where were bu...

Voltage in Bahamas

Voltage in Bahamas

Voltage is 120 Volts and Frequency is 60 Hz. Sockets are class A and class B.

Voltage in Belice

Voltage in Belice

Voltage is 110 and 220 Volts and Frequency is 60 Hz. Sockets are class G and class B.

Jewish Community of Ecuador (Synagogue and Community Center)

Jewish Community of Ecuador (Synagogue and Community Center)

Rab: Max Godet Jewish Community of Ecuador is the umbrella organization that serves as home and representation for the Jewish community of Quito. The synagogue, the club and Hanoar Hatzioni youth movement function within its walls. ...

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 Para...

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, ...