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Eldridge Street Synagogue

Eldridge Street Synagogue is not only notable as an active, thriving Jewish temple but as a historic landmark highlighting the legacy of American immigration, the freedom of religion, and the perseverance of faith. This is one of the first synagogues ever constructed in New York City, built in 1887 by strong-willed Eastern European immigrants desiring…
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Temple of Emanu El

The first Reform Judaism synagogue in New York City, Temple Emanu-El is one of the largest synagogues in the entire world. Rivaled only by historic synagogues of Europe and by the Moscow Choral Synagogue, Temple Emanu-El is a historic landmark, religious pilgrimage destination, and active congregation of the faithful. Founded in 1845 by German Jewish…
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