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Address: Camino Rural frente Esc 12
Phonenumber: 49-3009
Link: www.colonizacionjudia.com.ar/sajaroff.htm

Contact: Feliciano Livosky. Chapel Synagogue (today in Ingeniero Sajaroff). The first synagogue (Shil) to be built in the early 20th century. It had a single room divided by a curtain to separate the men from the women. Once a week the Hebrew school functioned in the same location with the local children. It was demolished in the 1950s due to its primitive construction, while the original Aron Hakodesh and Bima (stage) were mantained. The Torah Scrools were donated to the communities in Neuqu�n and San Salvador (Entre R�os). In the same place the synagogue that stands to this day ws built. Students from the 9 de Julio School gathered elements that belonged to the settlers, opening a small museum.

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