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ORIGINALLY ONE OF THE BIG SYNAGOGUES IN THE Jewish qUARTER
Absolutely destroyed in the 1948 war, Since 1967 many attempts and plans of reconstructionFinaly plans approved 2012,than reconstructed by the Government of Israel to serve as a historic Museum and home of IDF soldiers
A Jewish sinaguge built and named by Israel Bake . The story is that when The Kiser Wilhelm visit in Jerusalem , he asked why the roof is not finish yet and Israel Bake reply that it is for honor him . The kiser than...More
Located just south of the "Rova" central square. Destroyed during the Arab occupation of Jerusalem's Old City (1948- 1967), all that was left of a magnificent edifice was part of the building shell. During our last trip there (Winter 2014) we passed by and saw...More