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Chernivtsi Synagogue - Czernowitz Synagogue - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chernivtsi Synagogue - Czernowitz Synagogue - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bukowina, once the easternmost province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was proud of its capital, Czernowitz. Full of architectural gems, this city was known as a "Little Vienna". It boasted of a thriving culture. In its glory days, it was a melting pot of ethnic groups of which the Jewish community made up more than 30%, over 50,000 individuals. Yiddish and Jewish culture thrived with the likes of Eliezer Shtainbarg and Paul Celan. The famous melody, Hava Nagilah, began in Czernowitz.

Bukowina, once the easternmost province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was proud of its capital, Czernowitz. Full of architectural gems, this city was known as a "Little Vienna". It boasted of a thriving culture. In its glory days, it was a melting pot of ethnic groups of which the Jewish community made up more than 30%, over 50,000 individuals. Yiddish and Jewish culture thrived with the likes of Eliezer Shtainbarg and Paul Celan. The famous melody, Hava Nagilah, began in Czernowitz.

Breed Street Shul, also known as Congregation Talmud Torah of Los Angeles or Breed Street Synagogue, is an Orthodox Jewish synagogue in the Boyle Heights section of Los Angeles, California. It was the largest Orthodox synagogue in the western United States from 1915 to 1951, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Talmud Torah Synagogue, also known as Breed Street Shul and Congregation Talmud Torah of Los Angeles, located at 247 N. in Boyle Heights.

Antique Circa 1915 France Jewish Charity Tzedakah Box

Antique Circa 1915 France Jewish Charity Tzedakah Box

Dawna synagoga żydowska we Włodawie; obecnie muzeum Pojezierza Łęczyńsko-Włodawskiego we Włodawie

Dawna synagoga żydowska we Włodawie; obecnie muzeum Pojezierza Łęczyńsko-Włodawskiego we Włodawie

Synagogue of Florence and Museum of Hebraic art and culture - Florence. Алтарь.

Synagogue of Florence and Museum of Hebraic art and culture - Florence

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Reform Synagogue in Czernowitz, photographer Ron, Moshe, 1909

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