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Il Tempio Israelitico di Milano, Milan
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  • I have been fortunate to visit the Synagogue of Milan thanks to a guided tour through the AVIS of Milan and it really was like entering another world. The guide was Jewish and the only way it was possible to explain, although only minimally, meaning and significance of the temple for Jews and tell us a little about the history of the community. If you want to open your eyes, you find someone of the Jewish community who can let (not normally open to the public and he's staked out continuously from the army), cover your head, and get in touch with a different way to approach the divine
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  • Milan synagogue was built in 19 century in connection with the growth of the Jewish community of the city. The synagogue is located next to the garden Džustalla on the street. Now you can see already twice renovated Synagogue since the first building was almost completely destroyed during the second world war.
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  • Il Tempio Israelitico di Milano-Milan's first synagogue, which was built by the Jewish community of the city in the 19th century, more precisely it is the Foundation, the only thing that survived because the building was severely damaged during the second world war.
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