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The Synagogue "Bejt sima

Primorsky Krai, Vladivostok, Praporshhika komarova St. 5

The synagogue "Bejt sima" - a monument of cultural heritage of regional significance, built according to a project by Israeli architects. The synagogue was built and renovated in memory of Mrs. Seraphim Kogan with the financial support of her family. Vladimir Kogan, her son, was the main sponsor of the restoration of the building.

The laying of the Synagogue was made on 5 October 1916, intiation of the project was the Life Shimanovich Skidelsky - an honorary citizen of Vladivostok, the participant and sponsor activities of the Society for the study of the Amur region. More than 70 years it belonged to the state, since 1933 it housed a confectionary factory in the city of Vladivostok. Then, in 2005, there after the return of the building of the Jewish community began worship. The Grand opening of the newly restored monument was held on 18 December 2015 in the presence of the chief Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar and Rabbi of Primorsky Krai and Vladivostok Shimon varakina.

The synagogue is the Jewish community center of Vladivostok city - there are religious festivals, worship. Also the building has a library, a refectory, a hall for holding public prayers, the national cultural events and meetings, the prayer hall.



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