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Temple Emanu-El


"World's Largest Synagogue"

An impressive Romanesque building, this reformed synagogue is the world's largest Jewish house of worship with over 3,000 member families. Construction on the huge limestone structure began in 1927 and was completed in 1929. Prominent features include the massive bronze doors and the ornate carved façade with symbols representing the twelve tribes of Israel, a Star of David and two deco-influenced lions. Sabbath and Holy Day services are held regularly.
1 East 65th Street, New York, NY, United States, 10065
"World's Largest Synagogue"
An impressive Romanesque building, this reformed synagogue is the world's largest Jewish house of worship with over 3,000 member families. Construction on the huge limestone structure began in 1927 and was completed in 1929. Prominent features include the massive bronze doors and the ornate carved façade with symbols representing the twelve tribes of Israel, a Star of David and two deco-influenced lions. Sabbath and Holy Day services are held regularly.
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