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Zinkov Synagogue in Rocha street

Zinkov Synagogue in Rocha street

A couple of blocks from the Boca Juniors stadium, there is a synagogue founded in 1931, which was abandoned for years. The synagogue, located on Rocha Street, was founded by Jewish immigrants from Russia and from a town called Zinkov in ...

Bet El Synagogue in Piedras street

Bet El Synagogue in Piedras street

The Synagogue in Piedras Street, called Bet-El, was founded in 1919. In 1860, Jews from Morocco began to arrive, individually and discreetly, who settled in the old neighborhood of San Telmo. Their first religious services were celebrate...

Jewish Community of Medellin Bet Simjá

Jewish Community of Medellin Bet Simjá

It is a community of Orthodox Jews in the city of Medellin- Colombia. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/betsimja

Vista Plaza Hostal

Vista Plaza Hostal

Economy rooms in Cienfuegos with balcony. Located in the center of Cienfuegos, next to the square where the city was founded, in the area declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity, near architectural and historically interesting buildings, an...

Chabad Guayaquil

Chabad Guayaquil

Shabbat celebrations and they also sell kosher food.

Jewish Cemetery in Sosua

Jewish Cemetery in Sosua

In 1940, with World War II already underway, the Dominican government signed an agreement with the Dominican Republic Settlement Association (Dorsa) to carry out a program of the American Jewish Committee for Joint Distribution with the obj...