Choral Synagogue

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  • He also served as the secretary of the Choral Synagogue.
  • The building of the Yeshiva near the Great Choral Synagogue had also served as a medical facility for many years.
  • In the 1920s, he was invited to take over the Moscow Choral Synagogue, and the family moved to the Soviet capital.
  • The Moscow Choral Synagogue is the main synagogue in Russia and in the former Soviet Union.
  • Ezergailis does not find it credible that Jews were locked in the Great Choral Synagogue before it was set on fire.
  • Today the Great Choral Synagogue of St. Petersburg is a registered landmark and an architectural monument of federal importance.
  • However, in 1972 he was admitted to the small religious school affiliated with the Moscow Choral Synagogue, the main synagogue of the city.
  • In the last decade of his life Polyakov concentrated on the life of Saint Petersburg Jewish community, and co-financed construction of the Grand Choral Synagogue.
  • In 1922 the Choral synagogue was confiscated by the Soviet authorities.
  • In 1933, received the appointment ot serve as the rabbi of the Choral Synagogue in Moscow.
  • Lazar Polyakov remained the leader of Moscow Jewish community for 35 years, and has been the main sponsor of Moscow Choral Synagogue.
  • The Kharkiv Choral Synagogue is a synagogue located in Kharkiv, Ukraine, the largest in the country, and a building of architectural significance.
  • In 1943, Rabbi Shlifer was appointed to lead the Choral Synagogue, which was the largest synagogue in Moscow.
  • On May 5, 2012, a swastika has been spray-painted on the fence for the Grand Choral Synagogue, as what seems to be an anti-Semitic act.
  • He designed numerous Orthodox, Lutheran and Catholic churches in Moscow and other cities and supervised construction of Moscow Choral Synagogue (designed by Semyon Eybushits).
  • The authorities promised an area in the Kalniukas neighborhood and gathered more Jews in the Village Traders' Synagogue, the Jewish Home for the Elderly, and the Central Choral Synagogue.
  • Dr. Niemirower's main residence was the Choral Temple (Choral Synagogue) of Bucharest where the intellectual and religious modern Orthodox elite of the Romanian Jews created a kind of Jewish Academy - the Cultural Institute of the Choral Temple.
  • Rabbi Goldschmidt is the spiritual leader of the Moscow Choral Synagogue, the head of the rabbinical court of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), president of the Conference of European Rabbis and is an officer of the Russian Jewish Congress (RJC).
  • After the 5 million dollar donation by the Safra family in 1999, the reconstruction of the Grand Choral Synagogue of St. Petersburg was made between 2000 and 2005.
  • Lazar Brodsky died on September 19, 1904 from diabetes mellitus in Basel, on September 24 his body was brought to Kiev and the same day the funeral was organized at the Choral Synagogue.
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