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The Great Synagogue of Stockholm, Stockholm

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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The Great Synagogue of Stockholm is located in Stockholm. The Great Synagogue of Stockholm is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Stockholm Edition.
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  • Raoul Gustav Wallenberg-a young Swedish diplomat during World War II. He worked in Budapest and the Hungarian Jews Swedish passports issued than saved thousands of people from destruction. Her paternal ancestors of Raul were diplomats and financiers, and maternal grandfather belonged to the Jewish community of Sweden Raoul Wallenberg himself proud, that is half-Jewish. The area is close to the great synagogue. Wallenberg was awarded the title of righteous among the Nations
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  • Beautiful on the inside. There is security on the outside which may hinder your entering during services. Outside is very interesting. Photo of Western Wall covers the courtyard wall. There is a koshe...  read more »
  • Was fortunate enough to be in Stockholm on Shabbat and attend Friday night services. The congregation was warm and inviting. It was a great experience. Would definitely do it again! 
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