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"A Historic Synagogue"

The Old Broadway Synagogue was established in the year 1923 by a Polish immigrant. Harlem had a major concentration of Jews during those times and the Broadway Synagogue became a place where the community could come together. It is a vernacular style building that also features on the National Register of Historic Places. The synagogue's late rabbi, Jacob Kret, who was a witness to the partition of Poland, served the synagogue from 1950 till 1997, today it is run by veteran as well as young custodians of the Jewish faith.
15 Old Broadway, New York, NY, United States, 10027
"A Historic Synagogue"
The Old Broadway Synagogue was established in the year 1923 by a Polish immigrant. Harlem had a major concentration of Jews during those times and the Broadway Synagogue became a place where the community could come together. It is a vernacular style building that also features on the National Register of Historic Places. The synagogue's late rabbi, Jacob Kret, who was a witness to the partition of Poland, served the synagogue from 1950 till 1997, today it is run by veteran as well as young custodians of the Jewish faith.
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